An idea about Leftist law enforcement entities, whose time has clearly come

This is Berkeley Police Chief Andrew R. Greenwood, a law enforcement official who, in my opinion, dishonors and politicizes his badge and, worse, is in charge of an entire department. Shame on you, sir. Shame on your cowardly decisions. When you have eight yellow service hash marks on your sleeve, come talk. To me you’re a puerile political sycophant whose jejune views mark you clearly.

It’s time for suits and prosecutions.

Please see my predicating post here.

Make them general and then make them very specific. Name departments. Then name very specific individuals. Start at the top. Work your way down. You know the drill. Make deals for the bigger fish.Offer immunities for testimony. Leverage. Force. Immunity. End goal in mind.

First, from my Tuesday post about Antifa, riots, Leftists and law enforcement.

In my opinion, I would submit that the City of Berkeley, Mayor Arreguin, the city council and Chief Andrew Greenwood are all complicit in a conspiracy, 182 PC, to allow lawful citizens of the State of California and the United States to become injured by indifference, and to allow private and public property to be damaged and destroyed, having received their marching orders not to interfere if the forces of Antifa were having their way.

I would submit that these forces possess a history sufficient to instigate both a federal RICO investigation of the entire Bay Area bureaucracy, and a 42 USC § 1983“deprivation of civil rights” action.

Every person who, under color of any statute, ordinance, regulation, custom, or usage, of any State or Territory or the District of Columbia, subjects, or causes to be subjected, any citizen of the United States or other person within the jurisdiction thereof to the deprivation of any rights, privileges, or immunities secured by the Constitution and laws, shall be liable to the party injured in an action at law, suit in equity, or other proper proceeding for redress, except that in any action brought against a judicial officer for an act or omission taken in such officer’s judicial capacity, injunctive relief shall not be granted unless a declaratory decree was violated or declaratory relief was unavailable. For the purposes of this section, any Act of Congress applicable exclusively to the District of Columbia shall be considered to be a statute of the District of Columbia.

(R.S. § 1979; Pub. L. 96–170, § 1, Dec. 29, 197993 Stat. 1284Pub. L. 104–317, title III, § 309(c), Oct. 19, 1996110 Stat. 3853.)

It’s long past time for Leftists to be subject to the same lawful scrutiny others are.

Oddly enough, it was Laura Ingraham who suggested precisely the same thing, the next day, on Tucker Carlson’s show.

And I wholeheartedly concur.

It’s past due time for lawyers, guns and money. And terrible lawsuits aimed at police departments.

Let there be no mistake. As most know, I served 41 years as a law enforcement officer for the FBI, US Marshals, a coastal Fornicalia sheriff’s department and finally retired from a 2,000+ sheriff’s department in the belly of the beast with 35 years on.

If there were ever an advocate for law enforcement it is I.

But I cannot conjure or tolerate law enforcement agencies or administrators or officers who abandon their oaths of office for convenience or political correctness or for fiscal safety. Somewhere, at some time, stands must occur.

Courage needs to step up, ethics need to step up, and points must be made.

Otherwise, frankly, all is lost.

I was lost.

I was told in no uncertain terms that, as a Sergeant, I should never take the test for Lieutenant because I had not cooperated with a Captain who wanted to circumvent ethics on behalf of a female recruit he was copulating. And to whom he wished to afford training above and beyond other that of other recruits. I said no, declined the extra training at my range. Further, as a Sergeant, I consulted my immediate Lieutenant who left me hanging in the political breeze because he did not wish to become involved.

And so I retired as a Sergeant. Many suggested and hoped I would make Captain and beyond. That was not in the political cards. It’s a story to tell on another day.

So imagine my chagrin and dismay when various law enforcement officials want to circumvent standards, safety, rules and regulations that otherwise I had to completely obey and honor. You can be ethical. You can do what needs to be done. You can honor your oath despite whatever political outcomes may result.

As in: you dishonored your oaths, Berkeley. You stood by whilst people were injured, you weren’t simply not proactive; you weren’t even interested in being reactive for a time. There have already been four Antifa riots at Berkeley this year.

I ask: where were the Sergeants?

First line supervisors can make or break each and every department for which they work. Why? Because they not only relay but are tasked with enforcing the policies and orders issued by their specific departments, the state in which they reside and the oaths they took to support and defend the US Constitution and its Bill of Rights, with those they supervise.

A Good Sergeant is one who looks out for his or her troops, values the troops and knows full well that it is they who truly get the job done, not the Chief and not the Sheriff. Chiefs and Sheriffs come and go like soiled toilet paper, flushed down the political Toilet of Life.

Where were the Good Sergeants working for Berkeley PD? Because, trust me, in a similar circumstance, knowing people were getting hurt in front of me — no matter what my cock-gobbling managers or executive staff said — I would have intervened.

And my troops would have followed me.

Once one element was committed, my element, the others would have followed suit because someone took a stand and waded into the maelstrom.

All it takes is one.

One Good Sergeant.

You Berkeley Sergeants could have made a difference. You were provided numerous opportunities to prove your mettle and your honor. You know who you are. So do your troops.

Berkeley: is that how you want to be remembered?

We are coming closer to a bottom line. What is one of its aspects?

Americans are left to fight it out on the streets of the United States as law enforcement officers are either forced to or willingly allow violence to occur directly in front of their eyes.

Is this what we truly want as a society? I submit: no, we don’t. Chaos would ensue. But oh, be sure, that is precisely what Antifa wants as well as Leftists and anarchists. Chaos.

So I say: let the lawsuits commence.

And they should start with the San Jose Police Department, the Charlottesville Police Department, the Berkeley Police Department and the UC Berkeley Police Department.

Subpoena everything. Collect everything. There is more evidence on the internet than one can swing a dead cat upon. Take it, collect it, collate it, list it, organize it, depose individuals and soon you will have a lawsuit or series of lawsuits that — and I can only hope — put the proverbial Leftist Chilling Effect but upon each and every Leftist law enforcement entity and support bureaucracy in the nation.

Make their dollars and budgets bleed.

Shape up or get out of law enforcement. Go weave baskets. Join Antifa.

You are now on notice.



10 thoughts on “An idea about Leftist law enforcement entities, whose time has clearly come

  1. I haven’t yet read your entire post. (However, I did follow the link to your post of April 25) I left off so I may send this comment.

    So you are content with mere shaming the Greenwood? I strongly disagree (I’ll save you from my list of reasons). As a 41 LEO, Oathkeeper, reasonable sort, you too should not be satisfied with shaming. For Pete’s sake, you continue to post that section of the law. I take this to imply prosecution of violating of the law. So let’s go! Let’s get busy with this. You saw I had asked for help in making a citizen’s arrest of City of Berkeley Chief of Police Andrew Greenwood. I’m serious about it. Do not let those 41 years of experience go to waste.

    Just think, using the rule of law to to restore order in the land. Let’s make an example of Greenwood to post every other sworn officer on notice.

  2. Ok, I read your entire post, following links, inclusive. If shaming is to play a part here it should be a small part. I agree with the lawsuits. But a suit requires a plaintiff and to show harm. I’m in.

    Well, done. Keep the ball rolling.

      • I believe you are inferring to take a flame thrower to some of these departments. I totally agree!
        I, for one, am glad you are out there screaming sense to the masses to listen up.
        I also need to call TexasFred this evening and check on him. His blood pressure is probably at around 5000psi.

  3. Reading the above I could not help being reminded of a piece over at G Captain. which struck home with me as I am quite familiar with John Boyd. I think you will identify as I did.
    I wrote to John Konrad the following, I have always been terse.
    I wish you had a comment section for the subject piece. I have a story to tell and I think it is germane. I slacked off at university in 62 and 63 and got a job at a mental hospital for a year while I sorted myself out. I know, what a cliche. I thought back to my 4 year old mind and realized that I really wanted to be a pilot and the family was thinking doctor, doctors surrounded me. I broke free and got my private pilot’s certificate then my commercial and then all the big boys didn’t come calling for my superior piloting skills. By chance a retired USAF pilot who had flown The Hump during the second great unpleasantness happened to be passing through my home town on his way to delivering an airplane across the Atlantic. We became friends and he recommended that I check out the Air Force. after some hesitation I did and wound up in RCAF pilot training. I found my place and went to F-86 then to CF-104 and then to C-47 then to T-33 instructor tour and then to CF-5 Tactical Fighter Training Sqn, then to an electronic warfare Sqn an then to a navy support unit flying T-33’s.

    Over 23 years and over 10,000 hours of flight time and most in single seat ejection equipped aircraft. During my instructor tour at ! CFFTS Cold Lake I called a spade a spade after two friends died in an aircraft crash that the front seat pilot should never have been allowed to fly. The accident board castigated the appropriate folks and my CO confronted me in the bar and screamed into my face, “You will never get promoted as long as I live!” The very next course of trainees were whittled down because the standards were now upheld. I sleep because I saved lives but I paid the price. This is a bare bones iteration but you get he idea and the USN is now paying the price of to be V to do. I hold Boyd as Catholics the Pope.

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