Are Accusations Enough For Arrests and Imprisonment?

Are accusations enough for an arrest and imprisonment?

Are accusations enough for an arrest and imprisonment?  This question plagued me since earlier this year. Another question that plagued me is: Can  judges sign  knowingly false arrest warrants?

In NH, I am told the answer is yes to both questions. The police can accuse  and imprison anyone for anything without any evidence. And our courts nod in approval. Some amoral Judges enjoy the travesty and do knowingly sign false arrest warrants.  The police can be creative story tellers, one has to wonder about self-projections by police officers.

The epidemic of human rights abuses and violations by the United States govt (criminal justice system)  confirms  the right of police officers  to  murder American citizens with impunity and no accountability– All in the line of duty.

In other words, murder is not a crime if carried out by police officers, correctional officers, prosecutors or judges.

Michael Brown was about to start college when his life was cut short.  An officer (identity protected so he can  murder in peace)  of the law murdered him in Ferguson.  The officer was armed, Michael Brown  was not. The officer was trained, Michael Brown was not.   The officer swore to protect and serve Michael Brown  instead he murdered Michael in cold blood and then lied.

Eric Garner, husband and father of six children, was harassed by the NYPD (31 arrests is a sign of harassment not criminality).   On video for everyone to see, Officer Daniel Pantaleo  choked  Eric Garner to DEATH.  Officer Pantaleo is on paid vacation,  planning his next targets while Police Commissioner Bratton and Major De Blasio defend his actions.

Officer Pantaleo has a history of complaints.  He likes to grope  at men’s genitals.   NYPD settled a suit where Officer Pantaleo and other NYPD  officers performed a strip search in public on the sidewalk.   They found nothing but enjoyed the view so took the boys back to their NYPD  precinct where there stripped them naked and  had them perform.   That is the culture of the NYPD and that is the culture that the Major of NYC defends.

Isn’t this reminiscent of Pedophile Priests, the Catholic Church and their haven the Holy See?

Potential murderers should plan ahead…..become officers of the law, just in case they need to accidentally murder.


Author: Angela Grant

Angela Grant is a medical doctor. For 22 years, she practiced emergency medicine and internal medicine. She studied for one year at Harvard T. H Chan School Of Public Health. She writes about culture, race, and health.

6 thoughts on “Are Accusations Enough For Arrests and Imprisonment?

  1. ‘Don’t shoot’ is something very personnel for me. I take that statement two fold. Not only by a gun drawn but also by the words that inflict harm to a persons well being and living abilities.

    Many times a police officer may not be able to have the time to think about shooting a person. But more often than not this is not necessary. Words and actions can be the same and it may seem death is near upon us. Police dressed in fatigues, armed with military type weapons. Huge modes of transportation meant for war bearing down on a peaceful crowd.

    Impression can lead to deadly results by might over a peaceful demonstration of people. Words to kill the innocent and impoverish the undeserving.

    1. Hi SH,

      If someone is unarmed (that is the case w/ police murders of innocent black people) their is no need to choke the life out of him. Or execute an unarmed kid. There was plenty of time to think in all these instances.

      What we see are implicit biases displayed by police officers. The Police are RACISTS. It is as simple as that. They are supported by the KKK, need I say more.

      Death sentence should’ve considered for these too frequent accidental murders. Mandatory DEATH to any officer of the law who accidentally kill black and brown people. No exceptions.

      In addition mandatory video recording devices, lack of compliance resulting in injury to black and brown communities will result in mandatory min sentencing of 24 months for police officers and private prisons correctional officers.

      That I believe is a good starting point. In addition, the database will assist in confirming or disproving patterns and facilitate improvement in training police officers where black images are used for target practice.

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