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The police in the United States of America have increasingly become a symbol for the militarization of the US. Their forces have often acted as middle-men for protecting, if not being used for SDS policies and is full with corruption due to political assignments.

U.S. Police are officially responsible for preserving law and order in US, preventing crimes. In the 21st century, they are increasingly violent in this endeavor.

Universal surveillance

Every year, US police spend millions on mass surveillance tools for cellphones, but as of 2017 there were still few rules about what happens to the information they capture.[1]


In the US your application to join the police force can be turned down if you are too intelligent.[2][3][4]


Full article: Militarisation
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US police are increasingly using surplus military equipment, as well as having special less lethal weapons developed for them.

Less lethal weapons

Full article: Stub class article Less lethal weapon

In 2015, North Dakota became the first use state to allow police use of drones armed with less lethal weapons such as tasers, rubber bullets and tear gas after a last-minute push by a lobbyist.[5]


Statistics indicate that in March 2015, US police killed 111 people, over twice the total that the UK police killed in the entire 20th century.[6] In 2017, according to the database Mapping Police Violence, US police killed 1,129 US citizens in 2017, up from 963 in 2016.[7] By 2017, one-third of all Americans killed by strangers are killed by police.[8]

A 2018 study by the University of Washington and Cornell University cross referenced police statistics with other sources and determined that they underestimated the actual homicide rate by about 50%. The study was co-authored by Michael Esposito, who stated that in the US "police departments are not required by law to report deaths that occur due to officer action and may have strong incentives to be sensitive with data due to public affairs and community relations. Effectively, we don’t know what’s happening if all we look at is the official data."[9]

By 2019, 6% of all the homicide victims in the United States died at the hands of police.[10]


Full article: SWAT

An invention of the LAPD, SWAT teams (Special Weapons And Tactics) are increasingly used by US police, mostly to raid private homes as part of the "war on drugs". Live streaming head cameras have lead to 'swatting' as a prank,[11][12] sometimes with fatal consequences.[13]



Why the Police and Military Have a Sexual Abuse Problem

Sexual harassment and gender discrimination remain rife in some of the country’s largest police departments, and many of those accused of them don’t face significant punishment, according to an NBC News review of more than 60 lawsuits that were settled or won at trial, interviews with more than 15 female officers and an analysis of internal police documents. The lawsuits stem from complaints against the sheriff’s office in Los Angeles County and police departments in New York, Los Angeles, Philadelphia and Chicago, where taxpayer-funded payouts over the past five years totaled more than $40 million in officer-on-officer abuse cases.[14] A similar trend was deemed to be found in army facilities such as Fort Hood, where whistle-blowers we found to have been "hanged" and murdered on site, if not gang raped to such trauma to not speak about it again. According to reports, higher-ranked officers refused to even allow their children on sites such as Fort Hood.[15]

Some US police joined and some covertly supported the Occupy Wall St. movement.

Photoshopping ID Photos

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In 2019, US Police faced criticism after using Photoshop to remove tattoos from a suspect before asking witnesses to identify it.[16]

Scapegoating the poor

In 2019 US police have been instructed to protect local aesthetics by arresting people who sleep in cars.[17]

Mafia-styled Omertà

In August 2000, 40 members of the Los Angeles Police Department sued in court alleging that their superiors enforced a "code of silence" among police officers by punishing whistleblowers who reported police misconduct.[18]

Deep State assassination

Full article: RFK/Assassination
Full article: Malcolm X

Mark Gorton charges that Manuel Pena, an LAPD officer, was in charge of the RFK assassination.[19] Malcolm X was assassinated by the FBI and NYPD, according to a deathbed confession written by Raymond A. Wood in 2011 and released by his family in 2021.[20]

Protecting VIPaedophiles

On 4th November 2016, Erik Prince, alleged that when the NYPD investigated Anthony Weiner's laptop, they found 650,000 emails. "They found way more stuff than just more information pertaining to the inappropriate sexting the guy was doing” - additionally they "wanted to do a press conference announcing the warrants and the additional arrests they were making" in the Anthony Weiner investigation, but received “huge pushback” from the US Justice Department.[21]


An event carried out

Wakefield standoffMassachusetts
A standoff between an anti-government militia and the police, in July 2021 in Wakefield, Massachusetts.



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Capitol PoliceThe US Capitol police is tasked with protecting the US Capitol, receiving a budget of $500 million. Full of racial discrimination according to former personnel since the 2000s. Some dozen officers have been arrested in aiding the mob that attacked them in the 2021 Washington D.C. Riots.
Chicago Police Department


Related Quotation

Sunny Sheu“The ultimate, terrifying moral of the Sunny Sheu story is this: If you are threatened with death by the police in the USA, there is no where you can go for protection, and after you are killed, there is no where your friends and loved ones can go for justice. That is why this story is of critical important to every American citizen.”Sunny Sheu
Will Galison
January 2016


Event Witnessed

Atlanta sex trafficking operationAtlanta
Georgia (State)
A sex trafficking operation in Atlanta.
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  15. Fort Hood
  18. LA Times, Aug. 25, 2000.
  19. Document:Fifty Years of the Deep State