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Article posted Jul 06 2012, 2:46 AM Category: Politics/Corruption Source: Print

Policing for Profit: Drug Fund Pays For Bulldozer Shipped To Police Chief's Land

By Phil Williams, Chief Investigative Reporter

MONTEREY, Tenn. -- NewsChannel 5's continuing "Policing for Profit" investigation has uncovered new questions about how government equipment ended up on land owned by the local police chief.

Now, as a result of those questions, District Attorney General Randy York of Cookeville has called in the TBI to investigate.

At the center of the investigation is money spent out of the drug fund at the Monterey Police Department in Putnam County. That's the agency that, our investigation discovered, took $22,000 off a New Jersey man during a routine traffic stop along I-40. The officer seized the cash based on his suspicions that it might be drug money.

In this case, NewsChannel 5's investigation began with questions about a U.S. Army surplus bulldozer, which Monterey police had shipped in using money from the town's drug fund. (The bulldozer was provided free of charge, but it cost $5,100 to have it shipped in. A check was written out of the town drug fund.)

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Posted: Jul 08 2012, 4:14 PM

7565 The Monterey police chief (phillips) & apparently many of his force are corrupt & should be removed from their positions - but citizens have little recourse against corrupt cops. This situation is deliberate. It accustoms citizens to 'accepting' that cops don't have to follow laws & that we, in contrast, must obey ludicrous & repressive ordes from armed strangers in uniform. Not a good thing.

Our local cops are increasingly militarized with surplus equipment & weapons that were designed to be used on enemies but are now being used against American citizens. As just one example, a low-force sonic weapon was used against dissidents in New York. At high force, it can cause nausea, disorientation, fainting, ear drum rupture, deafness, organ dysfunction, & death.

Drones are also being given to local & state cops via the Law Enforcement Support program & are currently flying over US lands & cities. "Oh, they're not armed." Not now. Maybe. But why have a toy if you can't play with it? They could be used to stop all dissent by dropping chemical or biological agents or, extremely, by firing missiles. - And now the DoD has plans to release thousands of small "dragonfly" drones to spy on citizens & get private information that is then "shared" with (obtained without consent & then given to) local & state cops, local & state officials, alphabet agencies, & the federal govt, all via over 50 fusion centers that exist in all parts of the US now.

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