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- MrLook4justice - Thank you for keeping watch on this countryA studied examination of how the history of policing is performed. It continues to reveal how policing has encircled, entwined, and constricted our United States Constitution’s Fourth Amendment, while politicians aid and abet it. It is common knowledge that absolute power corrupts absolutely. Bradley Ralko shows where power given to the police is coming from: Our government and its silent financial grants. There is no conspiracy here. It may be unqualified judges, anemic politicians kowtowing to lobbyists, and a uniformed public. Be that as it may, “Warrior Cop” exposes our failing of the watchers of our rights, as it would appear they have turned to the power of might.
Using slogans of “war,” our politicians have used the verbal cross-hairs of that term on our citizens to tragic consequences. Politicians provide enormous financial grants of money and military supplies to police departments, no matter how provincial they are, where they use them and excessive force against our citizens. The book reveals how the police departments explicitly use that money, flagrant ignorance of the Constitution, and militarized weaponry to invade, intimidate, and literally shoot and kill innocent citizens with impunity.
I believe that this book may be the most tragic drama written in the United States in that it may infer that citizens could be implicitly overcome by surreptitious grants of government money and explicitly violence-driven “warriors,” who have neither respect nor a faculty for the citizen.
We need to watch the watchers (“Quis custodiet ipsos custodies?”) I would have been fulfilled with a solution to this egregious policing problem of violent militancy: A chartered Federal police that polices the police.