As upsetting as one feels against the LAPD, I am getting word from my LAPD sources that both the men and women PATRIOTS (new name for Occupiers) have a bigger pair than they do. Why? Because if they did what you did, they'd be fire. Their fear is being fired and they do as they're told...much to the chagrin of their oath to protect and to serve the people and to defend the Constitution of both the U.S. and California. Yes, I know it's not justifiable and I agree, but when the Chief of Police Charlie Beck is pressured by the mayor to remove us because the banksters orders it, then all eyes must look towards our elected officials.
LAPD's chief and term limits
A proposal to do away with term limits on the police chief ignores L.A.'s history.
At first, term limits seemed like a good idea. The problem is, the Mayor has full control and can do what he wants. Obviously by moving us out of Solidarity Park was unconstitutional. Both the U.S. Constitution and the California Constitution prohibits the government from putting any constraints on free speech...even hate speech, but closing the park after 10:30 during a protest is definitely unconstitutional. Nowhere in the state or the fed Constitution is it written that there are time limits in a publicly-owned park. Is there.
And now, the Mayor is saying that the City will have to replant the grass that is now dead. Wait. Why? Grass is NOT native to Los Angeles, and the City's L.A. DWP as ordered by the mayor because of the drought to put restrictions on watering the lawn
DWP answers questions on new water restrictions
The Law reads:
Does this mean I can only water my garden on Mondays and Thursdays?
No. Only automatic sprinkler systems are restricted. Hand watering using garden hoses fitted with shut-off nozzle devices is allowed on any day but not between the hours of 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. DWP has found that people who water their lawns by hand tend to be more careful about how much water they use. But when a sprinkler system is left unattended, the lawn is more likely to become oversaturated and the excess water runs off into the drainage system.
We've been in a drought. We've been in a severe drought. Yet just before the Occupation, the grass was lush and green. So enforcement of the law, even within our government Legal? No it's not. But how did the LAPD manage to violate the rights of the cops? This is how
Chief of Police Invades Independence of the Board of Rights Process
Of course this is illegal, and if an officer were to complain to the state or feds, the officer(s) would be fired. Blackmail is a pain, isn't it? Is there a solution? Yes. By exposing the fact that even though the Mayor claimed that the [Patriots] were professional and he cared about our Constitutional rights to protest, he does not care about the rights of the LAPD...OUR LAPD. By taking justice in OUR hands and helping the LAPD, we will truly see justice done for the illegal activities of the chief and his command staff as well as the mayor and his staff. But until then, get educated. The link above is a good resource. Write opinions in The Los Angeles Times and expose the puppets for who they are...puppets to the 1%