Seattle Police Department has already lost 41 officers this year, as a result of low morale, fear of doing their job due to lack of support from the city council, and orders to ignore some crimes. The police union called the situation “a mass exodus” and said they believe it will have a direct impact on public safety.
New video shows officers waiting in a hallway during the Las Vegas shooting while the event was happening. Attorney Catherine Lombardo says that a Mandalay Bay security officer gave testimony to the FBI on nine occasions that he was on the 32nd floor with Officer Hendricks during the shooting, but the video shows Officer Hendricks on the 31st floor, in yet another discrepancy in the official narrative.
Bodycam video of the police officer shows he was very polite and explained to Moultrie that he pulled him over for failing to signal a turn. The officer let Moultrie go without a citation even though his vehicle registration did not match the car he was driving. Two NAACP officials said they did not need to see the video because they know Moultrie is a man of integrity who would not lie.
School police officer, Scott Peterson, drove toward the shooting, but did not enter the building during the shooting. Peterson retired rather than face dismissal but is being investigated by internal affairs. Before we jump to the conclusion that the school police officer failed to do his duty, we must realize that government enterprises like schools and police do not have a duty to protect citizens against the actions of a private third party.
The Philadelphia Eagles won the Super Bowl, and hundreds of fans rioted, tearing up the city and destroying property. [When you look at these videos of violence and looting, you cannot help wondering what the police were doing during this time. Is violence now tolerated in order to further condition law-abiding citizens that martial law is necessary? Please let us know if there is an explanation from police for not preventing this. That’s what they are paid to do.]