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******* FASCIST Cops Assault a College Student

Unread postby socrates » Mon Sep 17, 2007 10:13 pm


These ******* pigs need to have their badges taken away. Maybe this kid will be a future leader. More of us need to speak out against the creeping fascism. More of us need to stand our ground. And then the ******* bacon product at the end charges the student with inciting a riot. Six cops and one harmless protestor, and out came the taser. Take away their badges and fork over the money to the victim of the police brutality.

Also- local newspaper article, other video version, comments
Student Tasered at Kerry speech
The Gainesville Sun
University of Florida

Andrew Meyer, a communications and journalism student, had a few questions. He wondered about the election fraud.

He asked Kerry why Bush hasn't been impeached. He finished off by asking Kerry about the skull and Bones. He was clearly a student asking journalism questions. But then the ******* pigs had to move in, taser him, and then arrest him. Andrew should take them for every penny they have, and those officers should be immediately fired and face criminal assault charges.

They move in right as John Kerry asked to be allowed to answer the questions. FU pigs. :evil:
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Why Aren't the War Criminals Arrested?

Unread postby socrates » Mon Sep 17, 2007 11:22 pm

This story really upset me. So much that here is a link to a charred Iraqi baby and other grim images. The blogger asks What’s So Funny? …About Peace, Love, and Understanding.

Here is a new report which approximates the number of Iraqi dead at 1,220,580. Why is John Kerry protecting war criminals and downplaying election fraud? Andrew Meyer got assaulted for speaking truth to power. He is a true American hero.
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Reverend Lennox Yearwood

Unread postby may41970 » Tue Sep 18, 2007 12:17 am

Another man who did nothing wrong. He was blindsided by a gang of thugs with such violence that they broke his leg.


Someone Threw a Bottle

Unread postby may41970 » Tue Sep 18, 2007 7:09 am

A year or so ago, someone posted this link at the Metafilter message board: Don't bother to click; the site is gone.


It was a video made by some anonymous person about police surveillance - and blatantly planned / fully executed brutality during a peaceful protest from way back in 2002. Many of the people at Metafilter criticized, dismissed, or ridiculed the video.


But the movie made such an impression on me, that I saved the link until now. I watched it several times, and felt more impressed; more angry; each time I saw it. Today, I tried visiting the link, and discovered that it's gone.

Fortunately, I remembered some key words from the video ("someone threw a bottle"), and using Yahoo search, I managed to find a copy of it at Information Clearinghouse. Thank goodness it's still around. Please invest 12 minutes or whatever to watch it before it's gone forever,


Unread postby socrates » Tue Sep 18, 2007 11:02 am

Thanks for the links. Just watched the first one with the Reverend telling how he got assaulted. Neither he nor the student were any threat. These are strong, yes vocal, yet peacful people standing up for humanity. And all they get for being true Patriots is abuse from ******* pigs.

{on edit- went back to the kid's anti-war blog and the disturbing picture of the Iraqi baby is viewable again. Just to make sure, I am gonna copy it and link to it. I would put it up here, but I respect that some folks don't want the harsh realities thrown in their faces. Again- this is very graphic and disturbing:

image #1
image #2

I also just tried to see the link with the charred Iraqi baby, and the photo is gone. I am not gonna let that slide. Maybe it got taken down or blocked because the blogger didn't cite the source, he definitely didn't host the photo himself. So here is a warning to the readers here. At some point in this post there will be an image of a charred Iraqi baby. It's not because I want to freak anyone out, it's because enough already. Over a million Iraqis are dead because of an illegal war. This is about war crimes. This is about people like Bush, Cheney, Gonzales, et al needing to face prosecution. Impeachment? Screw that. I want to see these people face serial murder charges. So a heads up, there will be a charred Iraqi baby on this post, and it will not be nice to look at. But this is the reality. And all the fascist pigs in this world can go to hell. Because you hit a point in life where one simply doesn't want blood on their hands. No superficial happiness can last when we have this blood all over our hands.

Thanks again May41970 for the excellent links. Yeah reality sucks. Yeah, ignorance is bliss seems to be the way to go. But we can't. We have to do the right thing. Ok, here are a few anti-war tunes before putting up the charred Iraqi baby. Fock the police brutality, fock the censorship, and fock all these war criminals and fat cats who only care about themselves.

System Of A Down - B.Y.O.B
{Bring Your Own Bombs}

Bob Marley - War

Ok, here goes. I will only post two horrific photos. This link will take you to many others.

US Solders Posting Pictures of Iraqis killed to access porn

by 1planet1people Wednesday, Sep. 28, 2005 at 10:59 PM

The pictures below are graphic and should not be viewed by those who do not wish to see the reality of US foreign policy.

The solders in the war against the Iraqi people have found a new way to violate the Geneva Convention. The Geneva Convention requires respect for "the remains of persons who have died for reasons related to occupation or in detention resulting from occupation or hostilities and those of persons not nationals of the country in which they have died as a result of hostilities."

Yet, members of the occupational force are publishing photos on nowthatsfuckedup.com for access to porn sections. Below are a few examples of these photos. The pictures are being posted to expose the criminal nature of the acts and to help build a movement that will demand that the terrorist actions of the United States be stopped and the criminal elements within Iraq be withdrawn immediately. Though many of the pictures did not come with explanations, there are pictures here, and more on the site with US troops posing with deceased Iraqis. Further, whether the individuals were killed by US troops, or by the defenders of the Middle East, US Solders are forbidden to post the pictures in a disrespectful manner (such as on an adult internet site). There is one picture that I did alter, the one of the young lady that the solder took that exposed here genitalia and wound at the same time. I did not feel that here genitalia was of significance and that there was no reason to post it uncensored.

For the Corporate Spin: cnn.com/2005/US/09/28/web.photos/index.html

Please don't look if graphic photos upset you. I simply feel the truth needs to be known.
Here are some redneck soldiers gloating over a charred human being.


Ok, here is a gruesome photo of a murdered Iraqi baby.
Impeachment? These are war crimes. There are other photos at this link and across the internet. Sickening. FU pigs. :evil:

On edit, the top picture is tough enough to view, so here is a link to a horrific photo of a dead Iraqi child.
1.2 million Iraqis are dead? WTF?
War is so wrong- graphic
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Some People Just Don't Get It

Unread postby socrates » Wed Sep 19, 2007 12:25 pm

DG from this forum left a silly post at Carnicom's that I felt the need to address.

Our Problem: you, me, everyone - goodbye America

WTF Day Glo? Day Glo wrote,

"He shouldn't have resisted arrest.

If he had a problem with the arrest, he should have sued. All his evidence was videotaped as you can see. If he had no reason to be arrested, he would win the case since videotaped situations are pretty good proof for either side.

Some people were clapping as he was being escorted out which indicates to me that there was probably more to this story previous to the tape being shown. I'm assuming he was a troublemaker and this was the end result."

Yes, resisting arrest isn't a good idea, unless we're talking civil disobedience for a good cause. You don't have a problem with election fraud? You don't wonder why GW Bush hasn't been impeached?

You are assuming that he was a "troublemaker." Did you see the pig charge him with inciting a riot? The people who were clapping were spineless brownshirts. How come six rent-a-cops couldn't just drag him out? Your post here is saying the use of the taser was justified. Do you know that cops use those things on children too? Do you know that people have died from tasers?

Death from Taser

What if he asked Kerry about chemtrails? Would you be saying the same crap?

Those fockers didn't tell the kid to go away or be arrested. The microphone was shut off, and he WAS arrested. The people who clapped were being scumbags and "Good Germans."

You usually make a lot of sense Day Glo, as regards to pointing out the tinfoil nonsense when it makes chemtrails look kooky. But now I do wonder about yourself. It is very rare to find a lesbian supporting fascist principles. Do you know how ugly the illegal Iraq War is? Do you not see how our rights are being taken away? How the F can you post what you did above? I thought you libertarians were all about freedom of speech.

So you don't think Bush should be impeached?
You don't have a problem with election fraud?

But you have a big problem with civil disobedience?

Here's some reality for you Day Glo, an Iraqi child's head blown out. {very graphic}


Geesus DG, I stick up for you when some homophobe bigot says it's good that the chemtrails hit San Francisco. I called you the voice of reason for standing up to the tinfoil nonsense making us look kooky. But there is something very wrong about yourself defending assault and perhaps attempted murder.

Six cops and one skinny, non-violent protestor. And one of those cops was a big dude. And here you are brown-shirting for fascist pigs. Why are you right wingers so dogmatic? The kid shouldn't have been arrested to begin with. In bars in Ireland, if there is trouble, the bouncers just take the drunks and throw them out the front door. No need for cops. No need to make something out to be more than it is.

But here you are justifying police brutality.
You ought to be ashamed.

That kid is a paying student who had every right to be there and at that podium asking those brilliant questions. Those rent-a-pigs are there to "serve and protect" such students, not possibly cause their death.



P.S. This will be the easiest lawsuit ever won.
All those pigs had to do was drag him out of the building.

John Kerry missed a great opportunity to make some positive history. Some people get it, and some people don't. When Muhammad Ali met with GW Bush that last time, he made history by giving GW the crazy spin look.


When history called Cindy Sheehan, she stepped up to the plate for peace.


If Kerry had told the cops to stop, if he had become vocal and intervened, it is highly likely that the rent-a-cops would have de-escalated with their madness. But no, he just kept talking like the robot he is, acting as if no one was screaming, that there was nothing actually going on right in front of his ugly face. Damn, he was the focker who told truth to power a long way back that he didn't want to be the last man to die for an unjust war.


The 2004 Ohio election fraud must never be forgotten. Andrew Meyer is a true hero.
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"They" Can Spin This Crap All They Want

Unread postby socrates » Wed Sep 19, 2007 2:08 pm

Cops on leave after Taser incident, student's behavior under scrutiny

Author of tasered student's 'mystery book' points to irony in incident
by Jason Rhyne

The book Andrew Meyer clutched in his hands moments before being swarmed and eventually tasered by police--a "mysterious" yellow book....

"About eleven people called me after it happened," Palast told RAW STORY. "Then I saw the full clip on YouTube."

Palast's book, Armed Madhouse: From Baghdad to New Orleans--Sordid Secrets and Strange Tales of a White House Gone Wild, was the basis for Meyer's comments to Sen. John Kerry, who had been fielding student questions in a forum at the University of Florida....

What Meyer was referring to, according to Palast, was a chapter in the book called "Kerry Won. Now Get Over It," in which he says millions of votes cast in the 2004 election were discarded, not counted or prevented from being cast in the first place--a fact the author says has special relevance to the locale of Meyer's arrest.

"There's an entire dimension here that's not being covered here," Palast said of the controversy. "The interesting thing to me as a journalist, is that the [Meyers incident] occurred in Alachua County, Florida, one of the worst places in the country for black voters."

Addressing Kerry before he was taken away by officers, Meyer cites reports, presumably from Palast's book, about disenfranchisement of voters in Florida and Ohio.

"They were deliberately disenfranchising voters," Palast said of Alachua, the county home to Gainesville's University of Florida. "Gainesville is horrendous."

Calling the area the "center of the attack on the black voter," Palast pointed to a 2001 article he wrote in The Nation which details what he says were efforts under Republican-led state government to purge voting rolls of felons who were convicted in other states--eligible voters under Florida law--almost half of which may be black, according to statistics in the piece.....

"I must admit I feel some appreciation for [Meyer],"Palast writes at his website, "especially because, even while he was being shot with untold amps of electricity, until he was handcuffed, he would not let go of his mysterious yellow book..."

Palast says he would like to speak to the student and has contacted Meyer's lawyer to arrange a conversation.

"Maybe I'll go down and cover the trial," the journalist added, dead seriously.

Student Tasered for ‘Armed Madhouse’ Question to Kerry
by Greg Palast
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Fascism Raging in Amerikkka

Unread postby socrates » Thu Sep 20, 2007 10:25 pm

This video is graphic. viewer discretion type stuff.
Pig shoots American hero attempting to comply with orders

Bloodied 70-year-old woman cuffed for having a brown lawn

FU Pigs :evil:

Police Brutality

Police Stupidity/Brutality caught on tape!!!
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Unread postby socrates » Mon Sep 24, 2007 5:36 pm

Report: NRA audience called for female protester to be Tased

two words- stupid rednecks.

Editor of college paper that ran 'f***' Bush editorial says he'd run it again
by David Edwards and Jason Rhyne

The editorial board of a Colorado State University student newspaper didn't mince words criticizing President Bush following a free speech debate sparked by the recent tasing of a Florida student.

"Taser this **** BUSH," the entirety of a four-word column read in the student-run Rocky Mountain Collegian.

"We felt that maybe four words were more impactful than 250," said Dave McSwane, the paper's editor, in a segment shown on CNN's American Morning. The wording of the editorial was agreed upon by the Collegian's seven-member board.

"Our intentions weren't 'hey let's really upset the community," McSwane said. "Our intentions were let's get college students talking about freedom of speech."

I didn't want to make another post, but since there is some anti-war stuff on this thread, this is some more bad news for U.S. soldiers put in harm's way by war criminals.

Scientists: Brain injuries from war worse than thought
By Gregg Zoroya, USA TODAY

Scientists trying to understand traumatic brain injury from bomb blasts are finding the wound more insidious than they once thought.

They find that even when there are no outward signs of injury from the blast, cells deep within the brain can be altered, their metabolism changed, causing them to die, says Geoff Ling, an advance-research scientist with the Pentagon.

The new findings are the result of blast experiments in recent years on animals, followed by microscopic examination of brain tissue. The findings could mean that the number of brain-injured soldiers and Marines — many of whom appear unhurt after exposure to a blast — may be far greater than reported, says Ibolja Cernak, a scientist with the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory....
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An Update On Andrew Meyer, An American Hero

Unread postby socrates » Sat Nov 03, 2007 4:26 pm

‘Don’t Tase me, bro’ student breaks silence
Andrew Meyer explains his motive behind event that led to national debate

...Now that he has been cleared of criminal charges, Meyer, 21, is speaking out for the first time on TODAYshow.com...

Meyer: My arrest was absolutely not planned. You would have to be a fool to intentionally get arrested and incur the cost of cleaning up this mess legally (ask my lawyer, it wasn’t cheap)....

The first question I asked the Senator was about his concession of the 2004 election. Greg Palast, author of "Armed Madhouse," the book I was holding up at the forum, proved that John Kerry won the 2004 election. The ultimate point I was trying to make was to bring up was the heinous way millions of American votes were chucked in the garbage on Election Day. Not only is this a total assault on democracy, but the same tactics used to throw away votes in 2004 will be used again in 2008. Read about the Help America Vote Act and see for yourself. HAVA helps America vote in about the same way the PATRIOT Act patriotically dismantles the Bill of Rights. In other words, it’s completely Un-American....

The second question I asked was why haven’t Kerry and the Democratic Congress made any moves to impeach Bush, considering he has led us into two wars of aggression in Iraq and Afghanistan, and wasn’t even legitimately elected....

The third question I asked Kerry, which Tim Russert of NBC’s Meet the Press also asked Kerry (and Bush), is was he a member of Skull and Bones in college. Some people treat this question as a joke, but Kerry and Bush never denied the assertion. Perhaps their involvement in the same secret society (once known as the Brotherhood of Death) has something to do with the answers to my first two questions....

Politicians are not used to being asked the hard questions. I think free speech has been willfully discarded to an extent by American journalists. They have stopped asking questions that matter. Maybe their refusal to be vocal is what makes my outburst look so surprising in contrast.....

I haven’t seen any mainstream news outlet once dissect the questions I asked the Senator. Everything is about me personally or the taser. This is the type of tabloid journalism prevalent in America today. When my story is over, they won’t start covering Blackwater or Ron Paul. It’ll be Britney Spears and Paris Hilton, business as usual.....

I have not profited from my catch phrase at all. The YouTube music videos and the ring tones and such, sometimes it amuses me, sometimes it saddens me. I think “Don’t Tase me, bro” genuinely makes some people think about the growing threat to American rights. But I think most people are having a laugh, disregarding the seriousness of the situation. Thank you Jon Stewart.....

I wish I had maintained my composure. The next time I will.
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