Here’s video of an encounter with a four-legged Hero and his two-legged Hero handler:
Driver – stopped for a trumped-up and trivial reason – is then “investigated” by an animal. A dog. The dog “alerts” to the presence of arbitrarily illegal “drugs.” That is, his two-legged Hero handler interprets the dog’s yipping and pawing, not unlike a holy roller preacher parsing the tongue-talking gibberish of his flock only worse because the dog’s yipping ad pawing constitute legal probable cause for the two-legged Hero to forcibly remove the victim from his vehicle and search it.
How do you cross-examine a dog?
Oh. Yes, of course. I forget. That business about confronting your accuser in court is so inconveniently old fashioned; so obstructive to the smooth operation of the wheels of justice.
We must trust the cop who handles the dog to rightly – and fairly – parse the dog’s yipping and pawing. Because of course there is no motivation for the cop to falsely claim his dog “alerted”…
Germany turned brown, it is said. America has skipped that stage altogether and gone straight to black.
And the people – at large – cheer.
I went with a friend yesterday to a place touted for the excellence of its barbecue. Which turned out to be true. But the ambiance spoiled the food. Walls festooned with cop and soldat (and fuuuuuuhhhhhhhhtttttttball – of course!) regalia. Uniforms and patches and kepis and helmets abounded. Standarte draped every wall. And – no joke – at precisely 12 noon – the American Horst Wessel Leid is played and everyone (peer pressure, you know) stands and promises loyalty to the state and pays homage to its icons.
The place is called Mission Barbecue. If you don’t mind a little authoritarianism with your meal, the ribs are damned good.
God Bless America.
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