Former Seattle Police Chief Norm Stamper on Paramilitary Policing From WTO to Occupy Wall Street

Former Seattle Police Chief Norm Stamper on Paramilitary Policing From WTO to Occupy Wall Street
Former Seattle Police Chief Norm Stamper on Paramilitary Policing From WTO to Occupy Wall Street (click here to find out more about this topic)

It is interesting to revisit, the statements made by the official in charge of riot suppression, in the light of the US Davis campus abuse of children rights to petition for social, political and economical justice in the United States, rights not only violated, but to which there are no dialogue, concessions, discussion, as if we, the citizens are not represented by anybody. The actions of the Campus police of the Uc Davis, is clear declaration of the mindset of the officials regarding the petition for justice.

4 responses to “Former Seattle Police Chief Norm Stamper on Paramilitary Policing From WTO to Occupy Wall Street

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    • Indeed fourwindhill: Such moments have been rare, therefore they are pint of inflexion and should be revered as such. Indeed, I think that the US DAVIS campus mindset and action against childrem, some of them as young as 18, had the impact. The other undue incidents were not viewed with much interst, even though they all should have had. Thanks for your comment, let hope for some aknowledgement, and dialogue sooner, rather then later. Dots get now connected!

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  2. “It is interesting to revisit, the statements made by the official in charge of riot suppression, in the light of the US Davis campus abuse of children rights!” !!!
    greetings by
    http://flickrcomments.wordpress.com/2011/10/06/black-childhood/

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    • Yes, usually people (and businesses are people as decided by the Supreme Court) get inmashed into their own lies, and nothing can really change that: we learned much more from watching the actions, than from listening to words. Thanks Frizztext.

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