Unjustified Killing in Seattle by police: Justice Temporarily Delayed by Authorities

The verdict is out - even though the woodcarver's knife was closed and the victim wasn't even facing the police officer who sprayed him with lead killing him - surprise surprise - NO CRIMINAL CHARGES TO BE FILED!  

That's too bad - because now things are going to get bad.  

"The shooting was ruled unjustified, but prosecutors recently said they would not file criminal charges. Mayor Mike McGinn, meanwhile, declared Sunday John T. Williams Day."
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     This makes it official.  The "authorities" have decided that it is OK for a cop to murder and not face charges.  I interpret this as an invitation for anyone that wants to commit murder - to join the police - after all - take your pick - look at all those "civilians" out there - you can shoot someone in cold blood and laugh all the way home.  

     This is a bad move.  The reaction from the public is a sign that natural law will trump our dysfunctional criminal's justice system.  Nature demands that things balance out - one way or the other.  Looks like those making peaceful change ( with respect to addressing police brutality and murder) impossible are making violent revolution happen.  Kennedy was right.  We are watching the inevitable revolution right before our very eyes.

     As the revolution spreads - and things heat up here in the U.S. I expect things to get worse before they get better. 

    It is a shame that our "leaders" are so out-of-touch that they are practically facilitating the escalation to violence from peaceful protest.  After all - if those tasked in government to police the police won't do their job - somebody has to do it for them. 

    It is crazy to think Americans are going to stand by and allow thug police to murder citizens.  Why?  Because police murderers defeat the purpose of their existence - which is to deter murder.  A murdering cop is just as bad as a murdering anybody - and they belong at a minimum - behind bars - not walking the streets with loaded weapons - backed up by jesters leeching off the public who won't prosecute the dirty cop - always coming up with increasingly incredible excuses why the cop is always right - even when they are wrong.

     So - we'll have to see the escalation - since Lady Liberty must be won over - courted - and cared for with eternal vigilance.  Unlike our failed criminal's justice system here in the states - the legal system known as natural law continues to function perfectly.  Those on the wrong side of justice deserve the punishment they have coming.

     It doesn't matter who the bad guys are, what uniform they wear as a disguise, how much money they have, who their friends are.  Natural law demands balance - and justice will be served one way or the other.  The authorities in this case, like so many before it, made the wrong decision again in defiance of natural law.  Now they can pay the justifiable consequences.



  1. I certainly don't advocate it, but eventually we are going to see wholesale slaughter of police officers in the streets, perhaps hundreds every day. Maybe then our government will get the message that government employees including cops are servants and need to be made subservient to their bosses, the people.

  2. Europeans have always abused the protectors of the land. Yet the protectors have endured. Aren't we all lucky they never gave up their land rights. Now many aboriginals are rising up on the internet, communicating to one another. The covert ones should be afraid, if that is possible. Jigs up!

  3. The only thing we have to fear is fear itself.

    Once you are committed - things are easy. Letting go of past fears etc... is really the hardest part -

    be committed - and the fear just fucking melts away.

    I had a dream - where for some reason I was led to an execution site by two large people that after a short struggle it was obvious I would be carried to the site of my execution.

    So I made a deal: lemme walk in a dignified manner - and we'll see.

    In the dream there was no way out - but whatever the case - my neck ended up on a chopping block - one holding me, the other wielding the axe - we talked about stuff - I continued trying to show them the light -

    anyway - they asked me if I had anything to say - I said "Fuck You"

    The axe fell - the moment it struck my neck I woke up - and I laughed out loud with my best Indian woop.

    It's all bullshit folks. Fuck them. We have the power. If they can't control themselves - we will take control - and that means whatever it takes.

    Murderers are murderers. Jail is a gift from us humanitarians to them - but regardless of their disguise - somebody must bring them to justice and get them off the streets before they hurt another innocent.

  4. Universal Justice - "Tyrannys everywhere are gonna fall"

  5. There is no statute of limitations on murder. Let's run for office.

  6. I know I need to put up or shut up - need employment first - then I hope to run for office too

  7. What goes around comes around. The established order has sown the wind and they shall reap the whirlwind.

  8. No, it's not "authorities decided". We, the people, did. By three ways: first, by allowing our elected representatives to pass the laws that make the police practically fully immune to prosecution. Unless the officer admits at the trial that he woke up in the morning with the idea to commit a crime and kill someone, he legally walks free. That's basically what the law says. Second, half of the jury at the inquest has decided that they did not know if Williams posed a threat. And that "did not know" at inquest means "not guilty" at the trial, because conviction in murder must be "beyond reasonable doubt". Third, in the same WA state, there were other similar cases recently, and the juries consistently exonerated police officers of any crime. There's an excellent analytical article "The Problem with Prosecuting Police in Washington State" at http://www.injusticeeverywhere.com/?p=3928 , read it. The problem is much depper than just "authorities decided". They decided correctly, because you the people left them no chance.

  9. Equal protection under (the thumb of) the law.

  10. Well I guess it will be "we the people" after all that will correct the problem through other means since our elected officials, who are supposed to represent the interests of the public are not carrying out that task.

    The people are not the ones passing these laws. Most people are not lawyers. Again - we are dealing with a criminal's justice system - run by lawyers and carried out by cops - all knowing full well what they are doing.

    The simple fact is that a police officer murdered an innocent person without provocation, it is caught on camera, and he walks.

    This is in defiance of natural law - regardless of blaming people busy shopping at WalMart who've entrusted elected representatives to do what is right after being elected.

    Blaming the people for this is fine - but again - natural law trumps the over-complicated system of judges, lawyers, police, and private prisons.

    Look at that judge in PA Chivarella, who finally went to jail after destroying the lives of so many kids. He got away with that for all that time with help my friend. And this cop is getting away with murder via the help of judges, lawyers and cops. They are citizens responsible for the laws here -

    It is also telling that you refer to the non-judges, non-police, and non-lawyers out there, We The People as "you people" - telling indeed.

    We The People means YOU TOO

  11. ...oh - and following the logic that it is "you people" to blame (the public) - not our criminal's justice system public servants to blame for this cop murdering this innocent man and getting away with it...


    That, my friend, sounds like a lawyer talking.


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