Want some clear-cut evidence that part of the package of benefits for the Stormtroopers of the Plutocracy includes being able to get away with murder? Take a look at the two pieces of shit in this photo.
In 2011, these two scumbags – Fullerton, California cops Manuel Ramos and Jay Cicinelli – beat to death a homeless, schizophrenic man named Kelly Thomas. This year they finally ended up in court (most such cases don’t even get that far) and now they have just been acquitted despite numerous witnesses to their crime and surveillance footage showing them committing the murder!
They weren’t even charged with murder in the first (which I am assuming would require evidence that they meant to kill Thomas), so I don’t see how a rational and un-biased jury would have reached such a conclusion. Ramos was charged with murder in the second and involuntary manslaughter, and Cicinelli with involuntary manslaughter and excessive use of force. At the very least, the manslaughter charges are more than backed up by not only witnesses but video, yet the jury found that they were not guilty. What does a cop have to do to be found guilty? Actually confess to the crime? And what kind of people are these jury members? Are they cops themselves? Are they psychopaths hand-picked by the defense for having a special hatred for the mentally ill? Are they idiots easily swayed by the sleazebag lawyers defending the Stormtroopers? I don’t know, but I find it hard to believe that society has gotten so sick that a group of rational, relatively un-biased, psychologically normal people can see this video and come to the conclusion that there wasn’t at the very least involuntary manslaughter going on. Perhaps I’m being naïve, perhaps Amerika is so in thrall to the Law and Order mentality that the Stormtroopers can do no wrong. Either way, this jury is scum and if I had my way they would end up in the gas chamber with the murderers. Think about it – these dirtbags just told cops all across Amerika that it is perfectly okay to kill members of the public. “Go ahead, boys, it’s not as if we are going to convict you!” That is the vile verdict issued by these people.
And then there’s the lawyer for Ramos, John Barnett, a career scumbag who had this to say…
“These peace officers were doing their jobs, operating as they were trained, no malice in their hearts, not out to get someone that night,”
No, there was no malice in Ramos’ heart as he told his victim, “Now you see my fists? They’re getting ready to fuck you up.” Hey, look over here Barnett, my fists are getting ready to fuck you up! Nah, don’t cringe, it’s not like there’s any malice in that statement. You want to know where the motivation for all those jokes about dead lawyers come from? Take a look at trash like Barnett.
Kelly Thomas’ father thinks there definitely was malice in the hearts of Ramos and Cicinelli, that they were trying to deliberately kill his son to send the rest of the homeless the message that they aren’t wanted in Fullerton. Whatever the motivation, it is clear that they were trying to kill him – you don’t repeatedly bash someone on the back of the head as they lie face down on the ground just to get their attention.
I am starting to come to the conclusion that the entire police force should be abolished. They are basically a criminal gang that is given exclusive rights to torture and to kill with impunity. And the only reason most people tolerate them is because they are afraid of the other criminal gangs, the ones who can’t get away with murder! Do away with the police force, let each community form its own security team and let’s see what happens. After all, who does a community have more control over? The men in its own midst, or some cops working in Suburb A then going home to Suburb B? Its pretty obvious. A neighborhood security team made of members of the community would be easier to control – at the very least we know where they live, which is more than you can say about cops. If the security team turn into thugs and turn the guy on the left into the guy on the right…
… we can go round in the middle of the night and burn their houses to the ground.
So, yes, Ramos and Cicinelli should have been convicted of murder and they should have been executed. If justice had been done, I would have been willing to spare the state of California some expense by getting the two pieces of filth alone in a room – just me, them, and my razor-studded baseball bat. My final words to them? “See this baseball bat? See these razors? They’re getting ready to fuck you up.”