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May26 — On Memorial Day, let’s get it straight who the true patriots are.

Bloged in America, Good cop/Bad cop by Gutter Grunt Tuesday May 27, 2014 at about 1:33 am

Leo Berg, Allegheny Township PD.

Leo Berg, who is listed as a sergeant with the Allegheny Township Police Dept. in Blair County, PS, is probably not a bad cop. Most cops aren’t.

I mean Berg and most cops are not like a lot of the dick-head cops I feature on LogoPhere. As far as I’m aware, Berg has not been implicated in or indicted for beating a homeless man to death like “see-my-fists-they’re-going-to- fuck-you-up” Manuel Ramos in the Kelly Thomas case in Fullerton, CA – an event recorded on audio. And Berg probably didn’t gun down an unarmed man in cold blood the way procine public servant James Moody gunned down Ernesto Duenez, as seen on video. And Berg is probably not accused of sexually assaulting female motorists and their passengers by sticking his hand down their pants and into their privates like dildo-brain Texas trooper Kelley Helleson, also on video.

No, the reason I bring Berg to your attention this Memorial Day is because it seems to me that he epitomizes the American fascist patriot – and I want to use his story to explain this all too common phenomenon.

Read the story . . .

May24 — A Very Helpful Review by Adam Larson of Murder in the SunMorgue

Bloged in Middle East by Gutter Grunt Saturday May 24, 2014 at about 10:20 pm

Adam Larson at Citizens Investigation Into War Crimes in Libya pubished a look at many of the issues I raised in “Muder In the SunMorgue.”

For those of you who don’t have the entire summer to wade through my 200 page opus on the Ghouta Massacre, Adam puts the main points out there very well with input from others who have taken an interest in the Ghouta Massacre.

Adam’s article:

The Ghouta Massacre Sarin Myth, Brightly Lit: Exploring Kafr Batna’s . . .Rebel Gas Chambers?

May18 — Was Quiles, the cop that t-boned Tanya Weyker, the real drunk in Milwaukee that night?

Bloged in America, Good cop/Bad cop by Gutter Grunt Monday May 19, 2014 at about 12:29 am

Joseph A. Quiles, Deputy Sheriff, Milwaukee County

At about 11:30 pm on Feb20.2013, Tanya Weyker and Elroy Mena were heading south in a 2004 Camry along S. Howell Ave. as it runs along the western edge of Milwaukee airport. Weyker was driving. In the blink of an eye the trajectory of her life went from smooth to chaotic when Joseph Quiles, a bone-head deputy sheriff of the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO), blew through a stop sign, crossed three traffic lanes and a wide median, and t-boned the Camry. Quiles broke Weyker’s neck in four places; he lacerated Mena’s spleen. The force of the impact threw the Camry spinning into a tree and then across three lanes, barely missing on-coming traffic. The Camry was totaled. But for the grace of God and air bags, there would have been a fatality, and it wouldn’t have been the cop in his Impala, which suffered only $1500 in damage.

About 15 minutes after the collision Quiles’ buddy, deputy sheriff Scott Griffin, arrived on the scene and on the basis of a very brief conversation with Weyker – who was still immobilized in her totaled car – Griffin busted Weyker for DUI and DUI causing injury and took her into custody. She was stone sober as later lab results proved. Although the cops threw the book at Weyker, no charges were laid against Quiles for failure to stop, for failure to yield, for failure to yield causing an injury, or for DUI.

DUI? Is it possible that Quiles, the cop, and not Wyker was the drunk that night?

Here’s my analysis.

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