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Tasering of mom with baby ‘necessary,’ police say

Tasering of mom with baby ‘necessary,’ police say

Gerry Bellett
Vancouver Sun
September 29, 2008

Vancouver police are defending a decision by officers to Taser a 16-year-old mother who wouldn’t hand her baby over to social workers last Monday, saying the officers were afraid to engage in a tug of war with the mother for what they said was a critically ill baby.

However, the great-grandmother of one-month-old Taige said Friday the baby boy was not critically ill.

Doreen Duncan said she saw the baby and his parents — her grandson Scott Michell, 17, and Misha Peterson, 16, — the night before the Taser incident.

“They came to my house and I fed the baby and Misha burped him and they were real happy,” Duncan said.

“The baby was born with a minor brain condition and they’d checked him out the week before, and the baby was fine. They were told that a scan would be done when the baby gets older and other than that, everything was normal,” she said.

Police spokeswoman Const. Jana McGuinness said social workers had come to apprehend the child so he could be taken to hospital and called for police assistance when the mother refused to give the baby up.

“Our members found it necessary to Taser a mentally distraught teenager to save the life of her baby,” McGuinness said.

“They felt it was critical for them to intervene as they were afraid the child might be smothered, and they applied the Taser to her arm and upper back and she released the child,” she said.

“We couldn’t risk a tug of war or a physical struggle with the mother over the child,” McGuinness said, adding that the officers were afraid such a struggle would injure the baby.

Duncan said Michell and Peterson had known each other for three years and that Peterson was living in a Vancouver group home. Michell had quit school after the baby was born and had found a job, she said.

It appears that when Peterson didn’t report back to the group home with the baby Sunday evening, social workers and the police came looking for her, Duncan said.

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Cops Gone Too Far

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nLgBje61JxQ

Unruly behaviour ’may be illness’
http://uk.news.yahoo.com/pressass/20..ness-6323e80.html

Denver Police Union Shirt Makes Fun Of DNC Protesters: ’We get up early to beat the crowds’
http://mparent7777-1.livejournal.com/1917138.html

Police Kill Really Small Dog, Claim it Threatened Them
http://stopthedrugwar…really_small_dog_cla?print

 



MSNBC Security Assaults Alex Jones, Destroys Equipment

MSNBC Security Assaults Alex Jones, Destroys Equipment

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_cImDbRkEdA

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W3x0dJZUQ58

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ToBgiP0n2Rw

 



Secret Service & FBI Intel Center Oversees RNC Protests

Secret Service & FBI Intel Center Oversees RNC Protests

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GNULowrOhXs

Colorado ’fusion center’ to step up intelligence gathering during DNC
http://www.coloradoindependent.com/4424/colo..elligence-gathering-during-dnc/

ACLU Weighs In On Attempt to Expand Law Enforcement Intelligence Systems
http://www.aclu.org/natsec/spying/36598prs20080829.html?s_src=RSS

ACLU Slams Classified FBI Memorandum Directing Law Enforcement to Engage in Protest Suppression Tactics
http://www.aclu.org/safefree/general/16960prs20031123.html

 



Provocateurs Use Violence to Demonize RNC Protesters

Provocateurs Use Violence to Demonize RNC Protesters

No World System
September 9, 2008

At 1:15 of this news piece you can see provocateurs (fake protesters) enter a peaceful march; spray-painting cameras, knocking newspaper stands down, breaking windows, jumping on squad cars. These actions only validate the police state’s presence, and endangers the genuine peaceful protesters trying to express their concerns about the current state of the republic.

Look closely at the video frame 1:58, you can clearly see a provocateur with a black helmet knock down a police officer (what kind of peaceful protester brings a helmet to a peaceful protest?), the officer then reacts swiftly with pepperspray. At around 2:13 of this video, the “protesters” jump over a nearby wall and “seemingly disappear”. Well i guess their work is done, they have made the legitimate protesters look like violent demons.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sEO4rlKfh5U

Similar but not as violent examples can be seen at the recent DNC protest in Denver, the federally-funded Re-Create 68 yippies flip-off FOX News, provocateurs using physical confrontation with journalists, legitimate protesters successfully expose DNC police provocateurs dressed-up as anarchists.

Provocation at Protests Is A Type of False Flag Terror
http://georgewashington2.blogspot…ion-at-protests-is-type-of.html

Undercover Police Dressed as Anarchists at DNC Protest
http://noworldsystem.com/2008/08/29/un..essed-as-anarchists-at-dnc-protest/

Provocateurs Call For Violence to Demonize DNC Protesters
http://noworldsystem.com/2008/08/29..lence-to-demonize-dnc-protesters/

Alex Jones Confronts Neocon Michelle Malkin
http://noworldsystem.com/2008/08/26..ocon-michelle-malkin/

SPP Summit Police Admit They Went Undercover at Protest
http://noworldsystem.com/2007/..mit-they-went-undercover-at-protest/

 



Ron Paul: There’s no difference between McCain and Obama

Ron Paul: There’s no difference between McCain and Obama

Raw Story
August 29, 2008

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JqMhBEYGrXU

Former Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul has declined to endorse either John McCain or Barack Obama, and he told CNN’s Kiran Chetry on Thursday that he sees “no difference” between them because both espouse foreign policies that only create more threats to our national interests.

Chetry asked Paul, “Do you think it’s a valid argument … that a John McCain administration would be a four-year extension of the Bush administration?”

“Sure, but I think that’s what’s going to happen with Obama, too,” Paul replied. “There’s no difference.”

“Their foreign policies are identical,” Paul explained. “They want more troops in Afghanistan. They want to send more support to Georgia to protect the oil line there. Neither one says bring home the troops from Iraq from the bases — you know the bases are going to stay there, the embassy as big as the Vatican, that’s going to remain. So their foreign policies are exactly the same. They’re both very, very aggressive with Iran. So I would say there’s no difference.”

“How would you handle these global threats, then, if it’s not to send our troops there and make sure that we’re protected?” Chetry asked.

“We create the threats!” Paul replied emphatically. “Why are we on the borders of Russia provoking the Russians? I mean, the Georgians initiated the military attack against these enclaves where there were mostly Russians. … It’s the fact that we’re over there that we create these crises.”

“Isn’t it part of our duty, though, to support these fledgling democracies that ask for our help?” asked Chetry.

“No, it’s not our responsibility to do that,” Paul said firmly. “We should endorse the principle but not send troops and money. … Once we get over there, we just aggravate the situation.”

“We bombed Serbia in order for Kosovo to become independent,” Paul concluded. “Now the Russians are doing the same thing. … It’s this total inconsistency.”

 

Ron Paul’s rally: The other political convention in town

Beth Hawkins
Minnesota Post
September 1, 2008

When followers of erstwhile presidential candidate Ron Paul said they were going to stage an alternate convention, they meant it. Pretty much everything about Paul’s grassroots Rally for the Republic stands in stark contrast to the Republican national convention getting underway in St. Paul.

Its delegates are on their way via “Ronvoy,” a caravan of minivans and charter buses organized on the Internet. Many are eschewing hotels in favor of campgrounds and RV parks in Twin Cities exurbs, according to organizers. Still others will arrive just in time for the rally, a 12-hour marathon of speakers and entertainers taking place Tuesday at the Target Center in downtown Minneapolis.

“Most of our people are not wealthy,” said Drew Ivers, a longtime GOP activist who is Paul’s delegate coordinator. “They’re working people feeling the pinch. They’re not country-club elitists. With the price of gas, they’re caravanning in in minivans and the like.

“These people are sacrificing to make this happen,” Ivers added. “I think it’s commendable.”

Speakers expected at the rally include former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura, MSNBC correspondent Tucker Carlson, anti-tax lobbyist Grover Norquist, Barry Goldwater Jr., son of the late presidential candidate, and Barb White, a candidate in Minnesota’s fifth congressional district.

On hand to entertain the 10,000 supporters organizers say they expect will be musicians Marc Scibilia, Rockie Lynne, Sara Evans and Aimee Allen, the voice behind “The Ron Paul Revolution Theme Song.” Tickets, still available at Ticketmaster at press time, are priced at a cheeky $17.76.

$4.7 million in campaign coffers
A physician and 10-term congressman from the greater Houston area, Paul officially suspended his campaign for the GOP presidential nomination in June. Instead, he announced, he would use the $4.7 million remaining in his campaign coffers to underwrite the Campaign for Liberty, a grassroots effort to push libertarian-minded candidates for local offices across the country.

Ron Paul’s Rally for the Republic Sold Out
http://www.marketwatch.com/n…-49FAF8D09D25%7D&dist=hppr

C-SPAN 2 to cover the entire Rally for the Republic
http://www.campaignforliberty.com/blog/?p=428

Ron Paul’s Supporters in Nevada Could Cause McCain Trouble
http://online.wsj.com/public/article_print/SB121944799376665201.html

Ron Paul on FOX News 8/31/08
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2c2_tp1RR7c

Ron Paul’s welcome to Minneapolis RNC
http://mparent7777-1.livejournal.com/1472546.html

Pat Buchanan at DNC: ’Come to Ron Paul’s Convention!’
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bld1tgarMAs

 



Truth Movement takes over Chris Matthews at DNC

Truth Movement takes over Chris Matthews at DNC

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qZBz1riFOxg

9/11 Truthers march in Denver
http://mparent7777-1.livejournal.com/1470827.html

‘9/11 Truth’ activists march through Denver
http://rawstory.com/news/2008/9..rch_through_Denver_0827.html

 



Undercover Police Dressed as Anarchists at DNC Protest

Undercover Police Dressed as Anarchists at DNC Protest