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Analysis posted Apr 19 2013, 1:19 PM Category: Tyranny/Police State Source: InformationLiberation Print

Video Shows Heavily Armed Police In Military Gear Conducting Door to Door Searches

Chris | InformationLiberation

Video from the military occupation of Boston, the entire city of which is under a total police state lock down.

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Posted: Apr 19 2013, 1:38 PM

7046 I don't understand... How does a manhunt equate to martial law? I wonder if claiming the right to privacy results in force entry and detainment.

Posted: Apr 19 2013, 1:51 PM

I don't think anyone there has any so-called "rights."

Posted: Apr 19 2013, 2:09 PM

7046 Yeah. I suppose not ; nonetheless, they can still refuse entry. Though, I myself would feel intimidated with some many armed officers at my door.

Posted: Apr 19 2013, 3:37 PM

Yeah, I was wondering the same, what would happen if someone refused to let them in? It's pretty ridiculous to go door to door Nazi-style when the most likely people to catch this suspect is the general public giving tips to the police, just like with Dorner. (Of course, the scumbag police never paid out the million-plus reward they offered because he "wasn't caught alive." [they burned him to death])

Posted: Apr 19 2013, 5:44 PM

46105 The Boston Security Takeover

At least they didn't blow up a train like other places. Damn security organizations.

Posted: Apr 19 2013, 6:54 PM

173242 I just turned on the TV during the last few minutes of NBC Nightly News. Brian Williams made the statement that, "It takes a lot for a law-enforcement officer to discharge his weapon". OMG, seriously? For a newsman, he sure must not pay attention to any real news.

Posted: Apr 19 2013, 6:58 PM

687 practice for the rest of the country.they are gathering intel [film] from body cameras real or imagined on everybody but their own,because they are at least as big a problem as the one they are chasing.because they can.everybody with half a brain knows the goobernment is only here to help.until the goobernment officials stops swatting the hornets nest we the people [the real U.S. government they are our employs] will continue to get stung.

Posted: Apr 19 2013, 9:38 PM

687 now that it is over I want to know how many people who were intimidated or refused to open up were arrested on false charges,how much illegally gathered intel will be used later?were there drones? if so whose?

Posted: Apr 20 2013, 12:50 AM

anyone with a pressure cooker became a suspect.

the k.s.a. (kitchenware security admin.) is already in the works; the texas stabbings and the kitchen aid bombers as proof.

the talking heads will be calling for a national knife registery, they'll pay some idiots to write in favor of the issue, and one more divide (with a mountain of bureaucracy) will have been created - stumbling blocks, where there needn't be any.

i didn't watch the video, didn't need to. sometimes, they spell words backwards, (as if looking into a mirror) and sometimes, when it's a con, they'll double-up on specific letters - was my reason for not watching.


Posted: Apr 20 2013, 6:16 AM

Here's the answer to whether or not you could refuse:
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Posted: Aug 28 2013, 2:23 AM

64197 Who didn't see this and who was denied comment??? I would let them clear my home we still have rights anything they find incriminating cannot be held against you.
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