Alton Sterling: Another man shot in cold blood by an inter-generational predator.
Alton Sterling, 37, of Baton Rouge LA just before he was murdered by institutional sociopaths, Officers Blane Salamoni and Howie Lake Jr.
In police involved homicides, like in other crimes, we often see a pattern of inter-generational sociopathy at work.
Baton Rouge LA police offficer Blane Salamoni, “a four-year veteran from a prominent local law enforcement family,” and his partner in crime Howie Lake Jr. are likely sociopaths hiding behind a badge; part of an inter-generational culture of privileged impunity that has infected all of America with the disease of fear and institutional sociopathy at all levels.
And, thanks to mandatory body worn cameras, we also are starting to see the myths and false narratives of policing literally crumble under the weight of truth: policing is in fact permeated at every level with myths of bravery and false narratives of safety, as well as heavy doses of criminality.
Alton Sterling was killed yesterday during a pre-meditated assault, which is often the case in police involved homicides, and officers deliberately altered or destroyed pieces in the chain of evidence.
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5. The Officers Were Wearing Body Cameras, But Officials Say They ‘Fell Off’ During the Incident
In addition to the witness video, police said they have surveillance video from the convenience store and dash camera video from police vehicles.
The officers were wearing body cameras, but they fell off during the incident, State Representative Denise Marcelle told WAFB-TV. She said Baton Rouge Police Chief Carl Dabadie Jr. told her about the cameras falling off, and said they do not show the shooting as a result.
Sterling’s family has called for all other video showing the shooting to be released, while police have asked any witnesses who recorded video to turn it over to them to aid in the investigation
And, according to all sources, the cameras didn’t just “fall off” but they fell off at exactly the same time- just as these officers began assaulting and then killing a man! Coincidence is nearly a signature- the hallmark, of pre-meditated homicides and other crimes by police and law enforcement.
“Police Lt. Jonny Dunnam says the body-cam footage may not be as good as investigators hoped for because the cameras became dislodged during the altercation. The head of the ACLU Louisiana says serious questions need to be asked about whether body cameras were working properly.
Louisiana ACLU executive director Marjorie Esman wants to know if the officers were trained in how to properly fasten the cameras. She says right when they were needed the most is when two of them malfunctioned in the same way.” Source
The coincidence of all police accounts using the same language
Claiming imminent threats to officer safety has become a nearly laughable ritual after one of these homicides, such as was the case in the infamous Kelly Thomas murder.
” I was afraid for my life.”
“I thought he was armed.”
“I thought he was reaching for his gun.”
And after those Orwellian whoppers travel the news cycle for a few days, most of us who monitor the propaganda stream expect a few typical half truths and lies to trickle out about the victim of the homicide long before the truth of the police lies about their criminality or brutality get out.
Much like the fat faced schoolyard bully picking on the isolated kid, and then, when a crowd gathers, the bully claims the kid was taunting him and lists a litany of trite details ‘he’s ugly!’ ‘ he’s skinny!’ or ‘look at him, he thinks he’s so tough!’ and so on.
This narrative depends heavily on the crowd being too intimidated and afraid of the bully to stand up for the kid getting picked on.
We will hear that the dead man is a criminal, has a record, and most likely as is often the case, we will hear about the guys sex life- some lurid detail or other that police nearly always include in the hidden dossier’s that are now a fact of American life for all lower income males. Since the early days of the Clinton Cops initiatives, this has in fact become a primary job of modern American police- to act as the hatchet men in media narratives of “perpetrators,” nearly all of whom are males.
But only since the advancements in body camera policies and awareness of the occult practices of policing have the public become aware of the other side of the story- the story of institutional sociopathy and its deleterious hold on the narratives of power.
In the case of the cold-blooded murder of yet another low status, low income American male, the killers are the local police, who come from deep within the secretive inter-generational culture of American policing. A preferred criterion for selecting officers is that they come from law enforcement families- and all of the baggage that entails, not least of which is secrecy and privileged impunity.
“Blane Salamoni, a four-year veteran from a prominent local law enforcement family,” and his partner in crime Howie Lake Jr. are likely sociopaths hiding behind a badge; part of an inter-generational culture of privileged impunity that has infected all of America with the disease of fear and institutional sociopathy at all levels.
It is indeed quite possible that America has bred into existence a form of dangerous predator the likes of which needs to be contained or otherwise exterminated- because it is taking a toll on the safety of American citizens.
Further Reading: The first video evidence of this particular pre-meditated institutional homicide was taken by a videographer who belongs to a group that documents police brutality.
Update: A man in Minnesota, Philando Castile was recently murdered by an LEO while seated in his car, and following an officers instructions to present identification, as the mans girlfriend filmed the entire homicide and uploaded it to Facebook.
Philando Castile was murdered on July 6th, 2016 by a police officer in Minnesota, a state that is well known as a hotbed of KKK activity, and also progressive-led organized stalking, police occultism, and racism. Castile was a children’s cafeteria manager.