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Rule Of Law News Podcast
47 minutes | May 12, 2019
Why Police Departments' Internal Affairs Bureaus Do Not And Can Not Function Properly To Investigate Allegations Of Police Corruption And Misconduct? These Police Departments That Have The Blue Wall
Why Police Departments' Internal Affairs Bureaus Do Not And Can Not Function Properly To Investigate Allegation Of Police Corruption And Misconduct? These Are The Police Departments That Have Established, Promoted And Instituted A "BLUE WALL OF SILENCE? When the chief policy maker, such as the Chief Of Police or Sheriff of the a police department establishes unofficial unlawful departmental policy which supersedes portions of official lawful departmental policy whether it be for quotas or any other unlawful purposes, these newly established influences from the unofficial, unlawful portions of policy causes there to be a need to shield unlawful police actions with the creation of the "Blue Wall Of Silence". This Blue Wall Of Silence is the creation of police departments Chief Of Police or Sheriff. If official lawful policy is the same as the unofficial policy and the official lawful policy is adequately enforced, there is no need to create a "Blue Wall Of Silence" because the majority (about 98%) of police are following official lawful policy there are no institutionalized corrupt police practices to shield from the public view, so there will be no "Blue Wall Of Silence." These police officers will not be living a hypocritical and double life. If the police internal affairs bureaus adequately investigated allegations of police misconduct and police corruption they would substantiate many more citizens complaints of allegations of unlawful police practices and violations of official, lawful departmental policy. If a citizens complaint of allegations of police corruption and violations of law were substantiated the disposition of the case would indicate that the offending police officer was guilty of criminality. Then the police internal affairs bureaus would have a legal duty to refer the case for prosecution, to the DA's Public Corruption Division, since the offending police office committed a crime. If a citizen makes a complaint and the disposition is substantiated pertaining to allegations of police misconduct the internal affairs could refer the case to the department for an administrative trial and then render a decision, which would lead to disciplinary action. If a citizen makes a complaint and allegations were substantiated that the police office committed a minor infraction of policy, this determination can be disclosed to offending police officers supervisor for disciplinary action. In conclusion, why would the police internal affairs bureaus want to investigate any complaint adequately, to verify and prove the allegations in the civilian's complaint, because the chief policy maker the, Chief of Police created the conditions to cause 90% of the police officers to act beyond the scope of their authority and violate many laws. If the police internal affairs adequately investigated and substantiated the allegations and severely punished the offending police officers, why would police officers meet or satisfy any of the quotas? Since police officers would be fearful that citizens would make complaints against the offending officers for unlawful police practices and that the disposition of the investigations would be substantiated causing disciplinary action to be taking against the offending officers. The police internal affairs Bureaus are not going to discourage and condition police officers to not meet quotas, since the Chief Of police established, promoted and instituted the unofficial, unlawful departmental policies that encouraged, influenced and caused the offending police officers to violate the law, for the purposes of satisfying the various quotas. If the internal affairs investigators decided to adequately investigate and adequately discipline offending police officers Internal Affairs investigators would be threaten with disciplinary action & eventually terminated for cause. Because the Chief Of Police is their boss.
27 minutes | Apr 14, 2019
President Trump And The Shadow Government's War Of Ideologies, Causing Trump To Become a Targeted Individual Or TI (EPISODE #2)
This Podcast is about how the "Shadow Government" (or defacto government) infiltrated by deceit, concealment and fraud, portions of the legitimate constitutionally created government (or dejure government). Then they overthrow and hijacked portions of our local, state and federal government's agencies, departments, institutions and even non-governmental institutions and organizations. The podcast talks about how ideologies are the vehicle to either preserve traditions, customs, practices, cultures, institutions, governments etc. or ideologies that oppose the status quo, that if they take root in the hearts and minds of men and women they can will change and transform the status quo in the direction of the opposing and competing ideologies that influence. The spiritual warfare between good and evil is happening and the the determination of the direction the society is influenced to act is dependent upon what ideologies takes root in the hearts and minds of people and how committed they are to that developed belief system. If people's beliefs are good they will be inclined to act in a moral manner, if their beliefs are evil they will have an inclination to act in an immoral manner. Before Trump became the president, he became the "Enemy Of The State" causing him to also become a targeted individual or TI. His ideologies were in extreme opposition with the "Deep State's" agenda and ideologies which caused an ideological war which lead to a real war against President Trump. His beliefs, ideologies, actions and policies provoked the Shadow Government. This caused them to react by committing criminal acts against him in order to stop or frustrate, impair, hinder, divert, interfere, obstruct, resist and block to prevent or limit President Trump from implementing his policies which would cause significant changes to the status quo.
56 minutes | Apr 13, 2019
The Psychology Of The Need, Creation and Promotion Of The "Blue Wall Of Silence" In Police Departments In America That Cover Up Police Corruption Instead Of Exposing It Episode #1
The Psychological reasons for why many police and police departments create, promote and perpetuate the "BLUE WALL OF SILENCE". I will also explain about the general psychological profile of police departments with systemic institutional corruption and their police officers who violate "THE RULE OF LAW". Cover art photo provided by Andy Feliciotti on Unsplash
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