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Basil Fishbone

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Family reeling after police response to Missoula boy's death
« on: November 17, 2012, 11:25:26 pm »

We have allowed our police to become militarized enemies of the people, in the name of fighting a bogus unconstitutional "drug war", in violation of their oath.  The police themselves ought to be deeply concerned about this, because they should be in the business of protecting the peace and people's rights and property.  Otherwise, in the long run it can't be good for the police themselves to be viewed by some large percentage of honest, peaceful people, as enemies. ~Basil

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Family reeling after police response to Missoula boy's death

November 16, 2012 11:15 am  •  By KEILA SZPALLER of the Missoulian
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After Cash Hyde died at home in his father’s arms, Mike Hyde called the family’s social worker to let the professional know the 4-year-old terminally ill boy had passed.

That phone call late Wednesday night triggered a series of events that will be under review by the Missoula Police Department and one that still has Hyde and his family reeling.

Hyde believed the call would bring someone from the funeral home to pick up “Cashy,” but instead five law enforcement officers in uniform ended up at his home as more than a dozen friends and family members grieved the death of their beloved toddler.  ...<snip>...
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Re: Family reeling after police response to Missoula boy's death
« Reply #1 on: November 18, 2012, 12:14:12 am »

That is just horrible.  The police imposed the final violation to the boy.
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Re: Family reeling after police response to Missoula boy's death
« Reply #2 on: November 18, 2012, 02:59:48 am »

To quote Charlie Wax (Travolta): "I just love sticking it to those pompous pricks, just 'cause they got a uniform and a badge, think they can lord it over us civilians!"

To clarify, these abuses is what we get when the dregs and rejects of society, the most incompetent, unable to work and produce scum suckers our world ever produced, are given power and deferred to as "authority" and "the final word."  These scumbags should have starved to death, not been given license to kill after spending 2 years training to control their betters at gun point and always with the unspoken but very noticeable threat to kill at the least hint of a victim's backbone.
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