Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Chicago police wouldn't steal from their own familiy

Sorry about that ironic story headline everyone... 

A veteran Chicago police officer is charged with swindling his elderly father’s estate out of more than $50,000 to cover gambling debts and other personal expenses, prosecutors said today.
Joseph Simpson Jr., 37, was also accused of trying to withdraw thousands of dollars more from his father’s retirement fund by posing as his dad.

Friday, June 24, 2011

Police at Odds with Liberty

The most complete definition I could find for Liberty, that doesn't make you cross reference other complexly defined ideologies, like "oppression" and "despotism", reads as thus:

Liberty -noun :  Freedom from control, interference, obligation, restriction, hampering conditions, etc.; power or right of doing, thinking, speaking, etc., according to choice.

Now Compare that directly with this:

Police -noun :  The regulation and control of a community, especially for the maintenance of public order, safety, health, morals, etc.

How exactly can the freedom from control coexist with the direct regulation and control of people?  It simply can't.   Liberty can't and simply doesn't exist with professional police patrolling the streets.

An Illinesian already told me today that Liberty doesn't fit into a Social Structure.   What this Illinesian didn't understand, is that Liberty is a social structure, one in which self ownership is acknowledged by everyone, and no one pretends to have more authority over you, than you could possibly have.   Not only is this a very valid social structure, but it is also the most ethical social structure that could possibly exist.

Don't lose sight of Liberty like most who live in Illinois... and don't let men claim ownership to your life.

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

WI approves Concealed Carry

The Wisconsin Assembly today approved the concealed carry of firearms today making it the 49th of 50 states to repeal the ban on concealed weapons.   This of course makes Illinois the final laughing stock of the nation, with no ability to conceal weapons.

An interesting sidenote for many of you, I spent several years processing videos for various police training/information sources from VHS to digital format.   Most of which were shootings, in which the victims did everything they were "supposed" to do... comply, give the money, back away as to not be a threat.   I have seen more real death on film from these good people doing what they were "supposed" to do that I often lament terribly about it.   The legislature of Illinois has denied these people their right to protect themselves, and have even made it a felony to attempt to protect yourself, so many people die needlessly.   Anyone who has had a loved one killed, needs to take legal action against the Illinois General Assembly, for denying them, and you the basic right that is self defense.  Seriously... why are you Illinesians still reading this, and not talking to a lawyer?

Sunday, June 19, 2011

Chicago Cop Swindles $1 mil, no jail time

This article is full of all sorts of just plain wrong!

Where to start?   I'll let parts of the article speak for itself:

"A former veteran Chicago police officer convicted of swindling an elderly man with Alzheimer's disease out of his $1 million estate was sentenced today to 3 years of probation and fined $36,000."
So upon Analysis of this line, I am assuming the Ex-Cop is still making out at least $964,000 ahead.

"Judge Timothy Joyce said he did not believe Owsley's position as a police officer was "a significant aggravating factor"... Joyce acquitted him of official misconduct, saying that although Owsely met his victim through his job on the force, he did not believe Owsley used his office in furtherance of the fraud scheme."

Isn't the very nature of being an Above all the laws of the land police officer enough to conclude any police officer's involvement in a crime is a significant aggravating factor?

Owsley was charged criminally in late 2004 hours after a Cook County judge, ruling in a civil lawsuit filed by the Cook County public guardian's office, found that the officer had swindled Hoellen out of his estate.

We're talking about there being enough evidence to convict a man of the crime of some type of manipulative theft in an outrageous amount, and he got no jail time, and only had to give back 3.6% of that stolen, and that was in the form of a fine that will be going to the county, and not to the family members the money was wrongfully removed from!   This is really what's wrong with the legal system.

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Illinois Oppression made the first ice cream Sundae

What's really sad about this video clip, is that it fact checks out almost entirely!   Watchout Evanston!  You might want to stop bragging about having the documentation to back up your claim to the ice cream sundae, which is really an oppressed Ice Cream Soda, which oddly explains why sundaes used to be served in a soda glass... the video explains way more vulgarly and entertaining:

Here's the link, Embeds do not seems to work

"That's how ice cream sundaes were invented... dumb fucking Illinois assholes!"