AGWs Eruct: Kill the Cameras!

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A family in Chicago – the wrong family, as it turns out – was Hut! Hut! Hutted! by a feral gang of armed government workers who didn’t want their doings seen.

A local CBS news affiliate described the “raid” on the home of Toni Tate. They “just came in flying, guns drawn,” she said. The AGWs pointed their guns at her children – who were a clear “threat” to the “safety” of these “heroes,” as they are frequently styled (by themselves and their Stalin’s chicken adulators).

Tate’s teenage son is soon on the floor, cuffed, with a high-powered rifle pointed at his head. “We were both handcuffed for about almost an hour,” said Tate, who can be seen on the body camera video wincing in pain while handcuffed and repeatedly saying she the handcuffs hurt.

Hut! Hut! Hut!

Can’t be too careful when Officer Safety is at issue. Even when the “officers” – who commissioned them? – have no lawful business being there at all.

Tate’s home was the wrong home, it turns out.

Perhaps realizing how bad this all looks, an AGW named “sergeant” Anthony Bruno can be heard ordering his fellow Hut! Hut! Hutters! to “kill” the “cameras” – i.e., turn off their body cameras, which are supposed to remain on at all times… according to the law. Which AGWs aren’t bound by – apparently.



This Bruno creature have been caught doing the same thing previously – and are still “on the job” – and Hut! Hut! Hutting! According to the CBS affiliate, three innocent children had guns pointed at them as they were forced to the ground. Police body camera video shows one of the siblings face down on the floor crying, “Please do not shoot me, please.”

After terrifying that 14-year-old, her 7-year-old brother, and her 11-year old-sister, AGWs interrogated them without a parent present.

Both families are now suing the Hut!Hut! Hutters! – but it’s the taxpayers who’ll pay any settlement. No charges have been filed against the Hut! Hut! Hutting! AGWs, either.

Because the laws hat apply to us don’t apply to them.

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  1. “Because the laws that apply to us don’t apply to them.” So they entered without a warrant or probable cause since they were at the wrong address, violating the fourth amendment, and then they aren’t subjected to the same prosecution a private citizen would be for doing the same, violating the fourteenth amendment. Both of which are criminal acts, as the US Constitution is the supreme law of the land. So, how should one react when armed criminals break down your door? How could one be legally prosecuted for defending oneself, from criminals with guns, with violence?

    • Typically you’re fucked if you do. Assuming you SURVIVE the process of defending yourself against a wrongful police raid, and that’s a BIG “if”, you’ll certainly be charged with at least aggravated assault against a peace officer with a deadly weapon, and, if the copper dies, capital murder. The courts have been consistent in maintaining that you do NOT have the right to resist, especially with force, a wrongful arrest, as it’s PRESUMED that the officers are acting in good faith. That too, is a big “IF”! You are supposed to meekly submit, hope the cops don’t beat the living shit out of you and your loved ones, and then work out the validity of the arrest and any legal redress (good luck with that!) in court.

      Of course, if the situation has degraded into a “better judged by twelve than carried by six”, do the “three-tap”…two to the chest, then, as the target falls, one to the head.

  2. If you are armed at home, the former radio host G Gordon Liddy gave a piece of advice to his radio audience. If armed Gov. thugs bust down your door in the middle of the night, shoot and aim for the head not the body that is protected by kevlar clothing.

    • Allen,
      If I remember, he’d exclaim, “Head shots, head shots!”
      Body armor is the reason why, in a former life, I was trained to double tap the chest and then one to the head.

    • Very little body armor holds up to a 5.56X45 round and even if it does, those badasses quickly find out they’re not that bad. If you are intent on using an AR for self-defense, better load it with 62 gr “green tip” or a 77 gr copper core. Anyone hit with either won’t be walking away. I’m sure somebody has taken a .357 Sig, a .40 or 10 mm to the heart area and not lost consciousness but it would be a rare thing and that doesn’t mean you haven’t had all the “fight” taken out of you. It doesn’t mean you won’t have cardiac arrest either. Car wrecks and heart attacks are the two leading causes of cop deaths.

      • .40 S&W, .357 Magnum, or .44 Special or .44 Magnum will handle most body armor at typical engagement ranges. And even if the round doesn’t fully penetrate, or doesn’t get far into the flesh, the impact alone will knock the target down and likely leave him stunned and gasping for breath. And other posters are right, a high-energy round, even stopped by Kevlar or other materials, can still transmit enough shock to stop the heart. Body armor only retards bullet penetration, it doesn’t prevent ALL manner of injury from catching a round!


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