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Kelley Vlahos has a great piece today on the Henry Gates affair and the larger problems of which it’s a symptom. One such problem is the ever increasing number of pretexts on which the authorities can interrogate, search, assault, and arrest citizens. The authority figure, equipped with endless excuses to initiate an interaction with the citizen, from an expired tag to a false burglar alarm to an alleged whiff of what might be a controlled substance, uses his or her superior knowledge of legal arcana to find some way to put the citizen behind bars.  For instance, what struck me when reading the policeman’s account of the Gates incident was a small detail: the repeated use of the term “tumultuous.” It appears three times in the brief report in descriptions of Gates’ behavior. Why was the cop fixated on this SAT word?

Turns out, it appears in the Massachusetts statute defining disorderly conduct. The cop goaded the agitated Gates into stepping outside of his house (he made sure to give a reason for this in the report – poor acoustics in Gates’ kitchen!) to create the grounds for an arrest.  The cop already knew the specific – though vague and debatable – adjective he should use in his report to make the charge sound incontestable to the lawnorder crowd.

The proliferation of new laws in the wake of 9/11, all full of vague and debatable terms, has given the authorities infinite points of entry into all of our lives. They truly can arrest first and read the statutes later; you’re sure to have done something wrong. Even if they eventually drop the charges or fail to convict you, don’t count on getting any compensation for your anxiety, lost time, injuries, or legal fees.

An analogous situation prevails in international affairs, where the global police churn out endless legal pretexts for subjecting whole countries to full body-cavity searches, house arrest, assault, and capital punishment, and we’re watching it play out yet again in the case of Iran. But that’s a post for another day.

  • I know many people focus on this as a racial issue. I am glad this article did not. The police have been tought a whole new form of tactics when it come to dealing with the public. They are now supposed to project and image of power and that their authority is not to be questioned. Some of this is common sense, in that the streets that some of these cops patrol is violent to an extreem. However, much of it is also simply the love of power. I have been manhandled or threatend by police on a number of occations. I am always polite but willing to assert my rights. I make it a point to know them (my rights) so I feel more free in exercising them than most people would. In this case I would not have allowed the police to get me outside. Just by stepping outside he found himself in a different legal situtation. This is a common tactic.

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    If the police come to your door do not allow them to enter and do not go outside. If they had propable cause to enter they wouldn't need to ask. If they had an arrest warrant they would simply arrest you and take you to the station. In this situation he would have been smart to have simply stood in his doorway shown his proof and asked them to leave. As Nancy Reagon Said "Just Say NO!"

  • Billy

    100% agree with BradSmith

  • Thanks Brad – I've a feeling these pragmatic tips will become increasingly valuable in the future.

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  • Orville H. Larson

    The ancient Roman historian Tacitus put it this way: "The more corrupt the state, the more numerous the laws." By that standard, the United States is pretty Goddamn corrupt.

    By its nature, police work attracts authoritarian types, the kind who are psychologically dangerous when armed with authority. Officer Asshole, with his gun and his shield, regards any dissing as a mortal affront to his very being.

    There are two kinds of cop: One stands behind his shield, the other hides behind his. There are too many of the latter bastards.

    • Corkey

      And don't forget their willing "enablers" such as those private-citizen, SUV driving,numbskulls with the displayed PBA /Law Enforcement gold shields in the front window of their cars which are designed to intimidate others into getting out of their way or for their personal justification for driving drunk.

    • Don

      Dead on the money. We're living in a fascist police state and few recognize the fact or care. We've been conditioned since roughly 1894, when the two-party system ceased to exist. What's it going to take to turn this around?

      • Total ecomomic collapse followed my State Successions.

  • The smart-arse approach of the wearers-of-stormtrooper-drag reminds me of something attributed to that vile megalomaniac Richelieu: "give me six lines from the most honest man, and I will find in it something to hang him".

    Our collective response ought to be "show me the contract I signed that said I was prepared to obey you, or fuck off".

    This idea that we are the livestock of the State has got to be put paid to: I don't care how many of these 'we own you' scumbags has to die.

    If it (the required number of political-parasite and Sardaukar deaths) was zero, that would be cool: a move to a voluntaryist structure without bloodshed would be terrific.

    But if it was necessary (to paraphrase Diderot) to bludgeon the last politician to death with the severed arm of the last police sniper, then so be it.

    As our Frog mates say: j'en ai eu assez, et j'en ai rien à foutre.

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    • I'm of the definite opinion that the fate of that Romanian bastard Ceaucescu and his secret police cronies should never be forgotten.

      • Lester Ness

        Ceaucescu rightly was shot, but it was his cronies (who had turned on him) who did it. Probably they are still in power. Quis custodiet ipsos custodos?

  • Bob Bogus

    Yer right, Matt.

    And I agree with ya and everything but face it, if you are the typical AmeroConned Sheeple you WANT s big gummymit that will put its arms around you and hug the stuffing outta ya.

    After all, freedom is on the march, it takes a village, yer gummymint loves ya and everything it does is for da childern…..at least that's what our politicians always tell us and the sheeple swallow these lines whole.

    So as the economy and society detiorate further the AmeroCon Sheeple will demand an even bigger police state…

  • Bill Jones

    The whole idea of a government owned and controlled police force is only about 150 years old. It's clearly an experiment that's failed.

  • Vassili

    Allow some prospective on it from Russia…
    Year was 1979 and USSR entered Afganistan – Afgan war started.

    My reaction to that news was “Or, Sh.t”. Then – people that talked in public of course would approve the war. But maybe less then 30% at most would approve it in private talk.

    Now – fast forward to 2003. I see the invasion of Iraq on TV (I lived in the US then) and say “Oh, Sh.t – not again… Not another Empire going down – not another Perestrojka and following “Perestrelka” (“Firefight”)… So, I left.

    BUT – since unlike the USSR in 2003 MOST US people I’ve talked to approved the Iraq war…

    It means that US people are more brainwashed then Russian during the 70s. Being brainwashed does not help much against structural crysis. So – US would rather be following the path of Germany during 30s.

    Which means we’ll eventually get full blown international “perestrelka” with nuclear arms involved.

    Is there anything to be done? No. US people en mass don’t have any historical memory about what is war on their own soil. It is VERY unpleasant. Besides – China will stop sending goods :-)

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  • Stoke would become Barcelona‘But can he do it on a wet Tuesday night at Stoke? tip mien phi hang ngay’ In his continued effort to answer the age-old adage, Mark Hughes added Moha El Ouriachi and Ibrahim Afellay to his collection of former Barcelona stars, joining Bojan and Marc Muniesa. With the playing style completely revamped from the days of Tony Pulis, and talented fanny merchant Xherdan Shaqiri also joining, this was a ‘Barca B’ side in the making. Back-to-back finishes of ninth represented Stoke’s best ever in the Premier League; Hughes was tipped to continue the upward trajectory into a third consecutive season.
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  • The genus Aerodramus was thought to h? y?n sào khánh hòa be the only echolocating swiftlets. These birds use echolocation to locate their roost in dark caves. Unlike a bat’s echolocation, Aerodramus swiftlets make clicking noises that are well within the human range of hearing. The clicks consist of two broad band pulses (3 – 10 kHz) separated by a slight pause (1 – 3 milliseconds). The interpulse periods (IPPs) are varied depending on the level of light; in darker situations the bird emits shorter IPPs, as obstacles become harder to see, and longer IPPs are observed when the bird nears the exit hu yen sao khanh hoa of the cave. This behavior is similar to that of bats as they approach targets. The birds also emit a series of low clicks followed by a call when approaching the nests; presumably to warn nearby birds out of their way. It is thought that the double clicks are used to discriminate between y?n khánh hòa ch?ng s?n individual birds. Aerodramus sawtelli, the Atiu swiftlet, and Aerodramus maximus, the black-nest swiftlet are the only known species which emit single clicks. The single click is thought be used to avoid voice overlap quà t?ng cho s?p during echolocation. The use of a single click y?n sào khánh hòa nguyên ch?t might be associated with an n?m linh chi evolutionary shift in eastern Pacific swiftlets; determining how many clicks the Marquesan swiftlet emits could shed light on this. It was also discovered that both the Atiu swiftlet (Fullard, 1993) and the Papuan swiftlet yen sao khanh hoa nguyen chat (Price et al., 2005) emit clicks while foraging outside at dusk; the latter possibly only in these circumstances, considering that it might not nest in caves at all. Such behavior yen khanh hoa chung san is not known to occur in other species (Fullard, 1993), but quite possibly does, given that the Papuan and Atiu swiftlets are not closely related. However, it has recently been determined that the echolocation vocalizations do not agree with evolutionary relationship yen sao khanh hoa chung san between swiftlet species as suggested by DNA sequence comparison (Thomassen & Povel, 2006). This suggests that as in bats, echolocation sounds, once present, adapt rapidly and independently to the particular species' acoustic environment.

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    The swift family remains gia to yen sao khanh hoa one of the more complicated groups of birds in taxonomic research, but the swiftlet tribe is a rather well-defined group. Its internal systematics is confusing; the plumage is usually dull, with shades of black, brown, and gray; from their outward appearance, most species are yen sao khanh hoa nguyen to very similar. Swiftlets have four toes, except the Papuan swiftlet which lacks the hallux (back toe). Their legs are very short, preventing the birds from perching, y?n sào khánh hòa ch?ng s?n but allowing them to cling to vertical surfaces. Flight is mainly gliding due to very long primary feathers and small breast muscles. The larger giá t? y?n sào khánh hòa Aerodramus swiftlets weigh about 14 grams and are 10 cm long.

    Swiftlets are insectivores; hymenopterans and dipterans being the most abundant prey (Lourie & Tompkins, 2000). Typically, they leave the cave during the day y?n sào khánh hòa nguyên t? to forage and return to their roost at night. Males and females look similar; as usual in such cases, these birds are monogamous and both partners take part in caring for the nestlings. Males perform aerial displays to attract females and mating dai ly yen sao khanh hoa occurs at the nest. The breeding season overlaps the wet season, which corresponds to an increased insect population. Clutch size depends on the location and the food source, but it is yen sao khanh hoa thien nhien generally not large; Aerodramus swiftlets lay 1 to 2 eggs. The eggs are a dull white color and are laid every other day. Many if not all species are dai ly yen sao khanh hoa tai tphcm colonial nesters; some build their nests in high, dark corners on cave walls. Swiftlets in temperate zones do migrate, but most Aerodramus swiftlets live in the tropical Indo-Pacific region and do not migrate. These birds y?n sào khánh hòa thiên nhiên usually remain in one cave or other roosting/nesting site. Some examples of caves include the Niah Caves at Niah National Park & Gunung Mulu National Park which are all located in Sarawak, Malaysian Borneo.

    The genus Aerodramus is of special interest due to its use of echolocation and its intricately constructed saliva nests which in some species contain no other material yen sao thien nhien khanh hoa such as feathers, moss or twigs and are collected, selling at extremely high prices (see Bird's nest soup). It has been argued that the high demand for these nests could have had an adverse effect on their populations (Hobbs, 2003; Marcone, 2005) but other authorities (Jordan, 2004) have shown that modern techniques of nest farming have increased the bird population.

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