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Monday, November 27, 2006

NYC Gestapo Strike Again

Posted By on Mon, Nov 27, 2006 at 4:29 PM

What is wrong with police in New York City?

First they go and shoot an unarmed man 19 times without provocation. Then N.Y.P.D. (which stands for New York's Pricks and Dicks) go and stick a plunger up a man's rectum so far that his intestines rupture. He too, was also unarmed...but that wasn't enough. Then the boys in blue went about arresting New York Firefighters on strike last year, which wasn't wrong, but where's the solidarity fellas? But enough of that small stuff.

For those who haven't heard about it. New York's finest recently killed another unarmed man on the day of his wedding.

They shot 50 bullets at a moving automobile in the middle of traffic.

When will these tactics cease to exist?

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