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US Military and Local Police Working Together on American Streets

by Susanne Posel, Occupy Corporatism:

The US military is being used to protect civilian events, like the 2012 Democratic and Republican Party National Conventions in Tampa, Florida and Charlotte, North Carolina.

USNORTHCOM and Leon Panetta, US Secretary of Defense, has readily admitted that US armed forces will collaborate with local law enforcement “if called upon”.

In fact, more than 20,000 troops were brought home and readied for deployment within the US to assist in “civil unrest and crowd control”.

The US military will prop up the US Secret Service “for operational security reasons we do not discuss the numbers of military personnel and resources that are involved. Additionally, we do not share our operational plans,” said U.S. Navy Lt. Cdr. William G. Lewis.

The extent of use of military forces on civilian matters, as reported by mainstream media (MSM) have included the reallocation of hundreds of military police officers being trained to “assist local authorities” in investigation, crime scene and case building.

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3 comments to US Military and Local Police Working Together on American Streets

  • Glitter1

    The > 100yr Posse Comitatus Law has been repealed for a reason. The reason is to provide support to NDAA.Why would we need NDAA in the first place?The hand writing is on the wall.Federal Government Tyranny is here.Why would there be a need to suspend a law from the late 1800’s that prohibits the use of Armed Forces to be used in a Policing Action within the borders of the USA?Repeal of this law is the canary in the coal mine.It’s not a question of if, but only a question of when a False Flag Event happens in the US along with the decalation of Marshall Law and suspension of our Constitutional Rights.My quess is that we will not have to wait very long to see this playout with World events as they are careening towards an out-of-control scenario.

  • Anon Patriot

    I’d just like to remind everyone, that practically everything our Federal Government does now, is with the blessing of the so-called ‘FED’eral Reserve System of TBTF Banks. Without that ‘blessing’, it won’t be pursued. The militarization of local law enforcement is no exception.

    Harry Reid may have pulled a supreme Mitt Romney FLIP FLOP on us all, but, there is SOMETHING YOU CAN DO!

    CONTACT Sen. Harry Reid on H.R. 459′s Passage (327-98) – TODAY!

    I did! Here is the text of my message (you may copy/paste in an email to H. Reid):

    “I was just informed, that the House voted, 327-98, on H.R. 459, & AUDIT THE ‘FED’ passed! I was also just informed, that ‘Sen. HARRY REID is refusing to put Audit the Fed up for a vote in the Senate.’ And, to ‘Please contact his office today and tell him to support AUDIT THE ‘FED’ and allow for a Senate vote!’

    327-98, Senator, is a CLEAR MAJORITY. THE PEOPLE have spoken. Question: Do you represent THE PEOPLE? I noticed, that in 1995, you spoke openly FOR an AUDIT OF THE ‘FED’ – of course, the need for such an audit has not changed since then – why has your stance (on this issue) changed?

    (Feel free to Copy and Paste the message above, if you wish)

    Related News:

    Audit the Fed Passes the House! 327(Y)-98(N)

    Harry Reid vows Federal Transparency Act will never be voted on in the Senate 7/25/12

    Harry Reid’s ULTIMATE FLIP-FLOP Passionate Speech Pleading for an Audit of The Federal Reserve 1/23/1995

  • prestodo

    Hey Sean, this is a link to a recently released DHS video that highlights how to be a victim, err…. I mean how to survive a mass shooting incident while unarmed. At the end of the video, it highlights military actually working with local law enforcement to clear a building. You should post this to your site.

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