Illinois Institutes Chilling New Mandate for Schools to Teach Children How to Submit to Police

by Matt Agorist The police state apparatus will now condition children to prostrate themselves before their masters as they are extorted during traffic stops. Illinois drivers education now includes instructions on how to properly allow police to generate revenue. The bill signed into law on Friday by Governor Bruce Rauner authorizes a new curriculum for driver’s education classes which includes interacting with police. It will be instituted for the 2017-18 school year and become mandatory training at both private and public schools. The guidelines, created by the secretary of state’s office, will instruct pupils on how to respond if they are pulled over by the police. It will condition them to not be afraid of being robbed on the roadside. “I think it’s really timely, so that teenagers and young drivers don’t look at a police officer as a threat or a problem,” State Senator Julie Morrison (D-Deerfield), who sponsored the legislation, told […] Read More

White Cop Caught On Dashcam Video Telling Black Driver ‘I Don’t Care About Your People’

A Georgia police officer was recently caught on his own dashcam video telling an African American driver “I don’t care about your people.” The bizarre incident of overt racism came out of the blue during a traffic stop. Far from denying it, the department tells us that officer Maurice Lawson did in fact say this, and that he has been disciplined and reassigned. The footage is from a November 16 traffic stop that occurred at around 2am. That’s when Brian Baker, 33, was pulled over for a “traffic violation” that was a dubious pretext at best for the stop. But Baker isn’t the one being cited now. Cobb County police Capt. J.D. Adcock said that an investigation found Lawson had violated the department’s code of conduct during the stop, in an Atlanta suburb. Baker did everything “right” that people – particularly within the African American community – are told […] Read More

Media Silence About Police Faking Suicide of Man Arrested For Minor Traffic Violation

Police in St. Louis recently arrested a man on a minor traffic violation, and then blocked paramedics who said he needed to be taken to the hospital. After he passed out in his cell, the police then faked a suicide, stringing him up by his shoe laces. But there was just one problem for the police… he survived to tell his side of the story! Paramedics from Northeast Fire Protection District say that they went to the Pine Lawn jail in September on a call to check on an inmate who had abdominal pain and bleeding. He explained that he needed to go to the emergency room, but police officers and deputies working in the jail refused to listen to him. The paramedic corroborates the man’s report, saying that one police officer had already changed into his off duty clothes to prepare to board the ambulance with him, but the officer’s supervisor canceled […] Read More

Former prosecutor: Police planting weapons on innocent suspects used to be “standard operating procedure”

Fox legal analyst Arhtur Aidala told the Fox & Friends troika Wednesday morning that planting a weapon on a victim, as Officer Michael Slager is apparently seen to do to Walter Scott in a video released last night, used to be par for the course. “When I was in the DA’s office in the 80s and 90s, that was standard operating procedures,” Aidala said. “Police officers — I hate to say this — would keep a second gun that nobody knew about on their ankle, so if they ever killed someone they shouldn’t have they would take that gun out –” “That was before the iPhone and that would not be allowed,” co-host Brian Kilmeade quickly interjected. (Several state legislatures are trying to make it illegal to film police officers, but hey.) Slager shot Scott fatally during an altercation following a traffic stop Saturday morning. Slager initially said that […] Read More