Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Show Me The Difference

[Update] [Update II] [Update III - Kym Kemp's latest]

President Barack Obama                                                   Mendocino Sheriff Tom Allman

'If you can't catch him, kill him'
If you see him, shoot him down like a dog.

'If you can't catch him, kill him': Obama's secret death warrant on al-Awlaki revealed - article from Mail Online posted October 9, 2011. Then there's the September 30, 2011, report from Obama of al-Awlaki's assassination:  Anwar al-Awlaki: Steely-jawed Obama triumphant at al-Qaeda loss - Someone said: "A very bad man had a very bad day." 

[UPDATE :: Wednesday, October 19, 2011]  Reuters: Two Awlaki teenage relatives killed in Yemen attack: family 
and from the New Yorker: An American Teen-Ager in Yemen.

[UPDATE II :: Thursday, October 20, 2011]
To all of you that believe with all your heart that the press releases Sheriff Tom Allman puts out tells the whole and absolute truth, such as Kym Kemp in her latest propaganda would have everyone believe, I encourage you to read this article about President Obama's wanton murders of natural-born American citizens.

Twitter observation on this: "I condemn the Libyans for killing one of their own citizens without giving him due process and fair trial. We never do that in the US."

Now, compare that to this:
Authorities shoot, kill murder suspect Aaron Bassler; suspect had finger on trigger, officials say - Finger on the trigger, HUH?

Compare with today Tuesday, October 18, 2011, Times-Standard white-wash from the Ukiah Daily Journal: Items found in Bassler's backpack raise questions[T]hree-man SWAT team from Sacramento County opened fire on him from high ground as he walked on a logging road, killing him almost instantly.” That's not what this reporter says in the first paragraph and if that's all you read you'd get the idea there was a fight between Tom Allman and Aaron Bassler: "[F]ollowing the final confrontation that ended in Bassler's death on Oct. 1." Confrontation, HUH?

Allman says without any apparent question, that there was NO shoot to kill order. The facts, as reported, say otherwise. Allman's justification of the ambush assassination speaks for itself. Bassler was ONLY a SUSPECT being chased for something Tom Allman accused him of doing. There was no proof of anything. Only police officer accusations. The fact the Bassler was in the area or that some eagle eye could see "his finger on the trigger" doesn't prove anything. 

Some may remember, if you have good memories, that there used to be a concept in Anglo-American law called a presumption of innocence, innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Now that’s so deep in history that there’s no point even bringing it up, but it did once exist. Some of the critics have brought up the Fifth Amendment of the Constitution, which says that no person — "person," notice — shall be deprived of life, liberty, or property without due process of law. Well, of course, that was never intended to apply to persons, so it wasn’t intended to apply to unpeople. [Emphasis added] 
 Do you know the difference between "people" (Like: "We the People.") and "Unpeople"? You should. There are two separate laws for each decided by the "authorities" or the "officials" as they choose to interpret them.

[UPDATE :: Tuesday, October 25, 2011] 
Kym Kemp's latest attempt at try to help whitewash the unjustified murder of Aaron Bassler is her link to the Press Democrat: The Hunt for a Killer. Like local reporting, nothing more than repeated unproven accusations (other than the dead body) to try justify the arbitrary murder. Kym's support for this type of police action, reminiscent of all tyrannical dictators, speaks volumes about what's happened to American society. When people give the police the right (for whatever pretense) to be accuser, judge, jury and executioner, equal protection under the law is long gone. 

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