Compromised Public Safety Concerns in Sonoma County

Posted by Sherlock Pwahrow on December 25, 2015 at 4:45 PM

There’s been much controversy in the press regarding the unveiling of secret combinations amongst certain public officials in various local law enforcement agencies. The virus that is gossip discovering the virus of corruption., as it were , as it yet remains. All of the murders of blacks coming to light because of the influx of smartphone photography that now stands at the ready to capture any and all moments of life from the ghetto to Nob hill. And capture it it has.

Caught up in the web of cameras everywhere are the true nature of a secret police subculture of bigotry that proactively limits the black population by shootings like the many examples to surface in 2015. Having taken the law into their own hands --rather than simply enforcing it as is their sworn duty—the police are faced with a firestorm of bad publicity that has eroded public trust and confidence in their fidelity. So much so that the cop on the beat and local law enforcement at large has begun to feel its effects. Doing their jobs has become more difficult for public safety officials and likely to get more difficult still.

Now whose fault is that? Take a look in the mirror Sheriff Freitas and other public safety heads across the county. In the past the police were able to cover up their ritual killings of blacks with the same lame excuses that they offered in 2015 and 2016. Only now their justifications for killing their black suspects rather than issuing a ticket or taking them to jail don’t hold up against the conflicting –and compelling-- evidence of the omnipresent mobile computing devices also known as cell phones.

Sonoma law enforcement continues to cover its tracks by covering up for its murderous staff, after all, as Sheriff Freitas maintains, it's tough recruiting these days. 


Compromised Public Safety Concerns in Sonoma County:


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Napa Police

Highway Patrol

Corruption is not only endemic in these agencies, but also in San Francisco. There and in Sonoma, Napa and Marin counties it has been in place so long, and achieved such a level of seamless cooperation as to become virtually systemic.

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