Intolerant Police Mung-Up A Marine Veteran’s Right To Demonstrate


This Marine Veteran shows strength in the face of union protestors’ attempts to intimidate him while he exercises his right to protest.

Then the police show their lack of tolerance and knowledge of the Constitution guaranteeing the Marine’s right to protest and publicly demonstrate.

It ain’t over ’til it’s over.  I’m betting the Marine Veteran will say when it is over.

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Pushing A Policeman Off A Motorcycle = Bad Medicine


The failure of an idiot and the ground soon meet.  And make sure you listen for Occupy Denver babies wrongly crying while they blame the police instead of their village dullards:

The video claims some vulgar language from the OWSers.  Click on the link just below::

 Push /Shove — Expect Rain From Above

Occupy Denver, Huh?

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Law Enforcement Appreciation & Family Fun Day (8/20/2011)


Website: Memorial Of Perpetual Tears

Laine J. Heiser

DFL Associates, Inc.

National DWI Memorial of Perpetual Tears


A Great Rendition Of Amazing Grace

I found this at one of the officer sites I frequent. It was posted as a tribute to fallen Law Enforcement Officers. I’m placing it on my blog for the same reason.

God Bless You — Those who serve their fellow citizens in war zones all over this nation.

Now, They Police Us

Aerial view of the Port of Anchorage, Alaska, USA.

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By Chuck Ring (GadaboutBlogalot ©2009 -2011

Quote Freely From The Article – Leave The Pseudonym Alone

A curious story finds its way from Alaska to the lower forty-eight and the rest of the world.  We now know that some Alaska citizens have been stopped, arrested or otherwise contacted by a Mexican citizen posing as a US citizen.  Don’t be surprised if more non-US citizen police are found  elsewhere across our porous as  cheesecloth borders.  This one takes the cake because the illegal alien, so-called police officer used a fraudulent passport as proof of US citizenship.  I suppose we might think there is nothing sacred under the sun when it comes to forgeries as proof of citizenship.  Below you’ll find more from the  Anchorage Daily News:

An Anchorage police officer who took on a false identity that masked his Mexican citizenship has been arrested and charged with passport fraud, federal officials said Friday.

At a news conference Friday, U.S. Attorney Karen Loeffler said that patrolman Rafael Espinoza, on the Anchorage police force for about six years, was really Rafael Mora-Lopez, a Mexican national working in the United States illegally.

The image below of the “policeman” is © Copyright 2011, The Anchorage Daily News, a subsidiary of The McClatchy Company

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Rafael Mora-Lopez
The Anchorage Police Chief has stated the man was an excellent employee and nothing is found to the contrary which indicate sMora-Lopez was involved in criminal activity.  The chief did add, there was nothing with the exception of using false documents and swearing falsely when he was sworn as an Anchorage law enforcement officer.  The State’s Attorney General’s office through as spokesman has said:

“At this time, we have no reason to believe, with what we know so far, that this gentleman, this officer’s, good work for APD has in any way been compromised or questioned,” Skidmore said. “The work that he performed, the other facts to which he testified, we have no reason to believe that any of that is inaccurate. He did so under an assumed name, and yes that’s something we need to evaluate and look at.”

The chief has indicated the fraudulent cop took a “lie-detector test and passed it.”   This is another wonderful endorsement of an unscientific instrument which our SCOTUS has refused to recognize as reliable (click here):

Part of the ongoing investigation will look into how the Mexican national slipped through the screening process for Anchorage police officers, Mew said. For example, officers must pass a lie-detector test during the interview process, Mew said.

“As part of that, do you ask them their name?” a reporter asked Mew.

“He obviously got through the polygraph,” Mew said. “I can tell you what we generally ask, but what’s at issue is what did we ask on that day, in that interview, and we haven’t gotten to that yet.”

Let us suppose this fraud of a cop had a stellar record as he went about fraudulently performing law enforcement duties,  this would, I guess, entitle him to say he was a “dishonest honest cop.”  That would be all I would grant him … if that much.

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Bernalillo County Deputies Request Public’s Assistance

©Seal of Bernalillo County, New Mexico


The following information was provided by Bernadette Miera,Neighborhood Program Coordinator for Bernallilo County.


Bernalillo County deputies need the public’s help ending a rash of home burglaries.

They have responded to 70 home burglaries in the last four months around the East Mountains. They say that is up significantly from what they usually see. So they need homeowners to be more watchful and careful.

Sergeant Broderick Sharp says there is a clear pattern for thieves targeting homes along major roads in the East Mountains.

“The benefits are the really expensive homes. The draw is it’s easy access in and out. You’re going to have very little contact with neighbors,” Sharp said.

There has been an increase in calls of suspicious-looking people posing as handymen and door-to-door salesmen suspected of casing upscale metro-area homes.

“For the Paako area, we’re going to have a group that’s targeting those citizens. For the south 14 residences, we’re going to have a group that’s targeting them,” Broderick said.

The last home thieves hit was located off Old Route 66 Tuesday. Burglars used a crow bar on the door before kicking it in. They took a Blue Ray player and sound system.

Sharp says they have stepped up patrols and made two arrests in connection with the home burglaries. But he says people living in the area need to do more to protect their homes.

The sergeant says most thieves are walking in through the front door after they find a key inside the house after they find hidden keys outside.

Aside from removing your hidden keys, Sharp says neighbors need to get neighborly and talk about what’s going on. Also, if you see something out of place—a vehicle that looks suspicious—call the sheriff’s office right away.

Below are two websites where you can get information on crime in your neighborhoods. I am not sure of how many of your organizations are familiar with these sites, but I thought they would be a good resource for residents.

Bernadette Miera

Neighborhood Program Coordinator

Public Information Department


(505) 468- 1279 / (fax) (505) 243-6979


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Hail To the Chief!

By Bob Steiner


Chief Chuck Swanberg

Since being activated some eighteen months ago, the Edgewood Police Department has experienced more than its fair share of growing pains. The first Chief of Police appointed  had  academic credentials which would make him eminently qualified as our town’s senior cop.   According to our local print media, though,   he seemed to  have trouble identifying with the local culture and communicating with his subordinates, most of whom were certified officers and well-experienced.  Unfortunately, two of his officers were less than loyal and caused some dissension in the department.   Ultimately, this, and other factors  were to bring about his departure from the valley.

The town’s Council, having been disappointed with their first choice,  then  wisely decided to go a different route.  They would  try to  find a qualified  individual within the central New Mexican  retired police community. This person would serve on an interim basis and the town would have plenty of time to  find a permanent incumbent for the position.

Recently retired from the Albuquerque Police Department,  Charles “Chuck” Swanberg agreed to take on the duties of  interim Chief until a permanent replacement could be found. Chief Swanberg was sworn in  and immediately began to push a training program to enhance the professionalism of all the town’s officers.  He finalized the town’s written police procedures, and went to great lengths to procure the latest protective equipment for his officers. His team of officers brought the local graffiti problem under control and during his tenure the town’s “Amber Alert” project for the  finger printing of children was started.  He effectively restored the town’s confidence in our men and woman in blue.

Chief Swanberg has done a superior job and after a change of command ceremony at the town council meeting, November 4th,  he will be returning to his life of  retirement involving airplanes ,  military re-enactments, and other hobbies.  He will  be around for a few more days helping  the new Chief, James T. Daniels,  to get his feet on the ground.  If  our readers should see him, I would hope that they would take the time to thank “Chuck” Swanberg for a job well done!

H A I L    T O     T H E   C H I E F   !

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ACORN: We Have Fallen, Cracked AND Can’t Get Back

by Chuck Ring (GadaboutBlogalot ©2009).

Quote Freely From The Article – Leave The Pseudonym Alone

Not ACORN's Chief Cook

Not ACORN's Chief Cook

The chief cook and bottle washer  (CCBW), better known as ACORN‘s Chief Organizer laments the fact that members of ACORN (some say, “a continuing criminal enterprise.”) have been caught full of themselves and the power they thought they had to usurp the laws of this country.

Name one organization, save our Congress, that has been so much in the news for repetitive attempts to violate or that actually completed the violation of the laws with which the rest of society must comply. The plan of all socialist organizations, when caught violating the law, is to quickly sling the net of doubt toward their detractors.

That is exactly what they have attempted over the recent arrests and more particularly on the disclosure of wrongdoing from the veritas videos for which a couple of bright young folks are responsible.  ACORN will attempt to gain the cooperation and prosecutorial assistance of Maryland authorities citing the existence of a law or laws that on the surface prohibit the work of amateur journalists in recording crooks and charlatans.

One would hope that those who despise the waste of taxpayer monies and the work of sneaky, snaky scoff laws will oppose any effort toward prosecuting the sleuths who have managed to ferret out the violators that have tried efforts to circumvent our laws or instigate new methods of violating same.

Here’s a release left by the CCBW as eggs drips from her mouth:

Sounds like: EXCUSE PLEASE, WE DIDN’T MEAN TO GET CAUGHT ( Release From ACORN’s Web site)

Here’s some information from the Baltimore State’s Attorney discussing the possible presecution of the corruption gatherers … but not the corruption makers.

Will She Dare To Prosecute (from

I’m now taking bets that the revelations heretofore announced are just the beginning. Takers?

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Edgewood Police to Provide Child Identity Services

USPS AMBER Alert postage stamp.
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By Bob Steiner

With the recent addition of two part-time volunteers to their staff,  Edgewood Police have announced that they now are  able to do child identity fingerprinting for local residents.  This procedure takes  approximately 15 minutes and once completed, the finger print card is given to the family as a permanent identification record which should then be filed with other important family documents.  In the event of an “Amber Alert” or other emergency, this could prove to be a very valuable document.  I would recommend that anyone with children in their home should have this done. There is no charge for Edgewood residents.

Finger printing is done by appointment at the Edgewood Police office Mondays through Fridays.  The Police office is located  next to the Chamber of Commerce  just across the street from the town offices.  For additional information or to set up an appointment, residents are requested to call  281-5717.

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