Wednesday, May 13, 2009


More Illegal Ways In Which The Police Targets Or Attempts To Entrap Persons

There are some things that the public needs to know in order to understand some of the ways in which the police go about breaking the law themselves. First and foremost is that in order to entrap someone the police always uses illegal means to do so. I am talking of those situations where the police has no authorization from a judge to go about doing this. In situations like that they most often employ the use of agent provocateurs and these are always breaking the law. Entrapment simply means that the police are the ones who are creating the "right" circumstances that will compromise the individual. When they use agent provocateurs their job is to put you into a situation where the police can then charge you. If you know their tactics then you can most likely avoid it. Agents of the police are breaking the law and so are the police when they use such means. It says many things. Number one. It says that the police themselves are desperate and that the targeted person is really not that much of a threat or is most likely not a criminal either because if that was the case then the police would not have had to resort to such means to get them to commit a crime. This is often the most likely case. Police go after people that they don't necessarily believe are breaking the law but who they want to destroy for one reason or another. It could be that the individual poses a threat to them in other ways such as those who will speak openly about them and expose their actions. Or speak about the system that they are mandated to protect. And in almost all cases of police misconduct it almost always is related to the latter. It could also be that the police are also protecting someone else and destroying that person is one way of going about it. In such a case it often involves the police being involved themselves or who are in league with those that they are trying to protect. In such as case it almost always involved the criminal actions of the police in those cases and they are only trying to protect themselves from being discovered and the people who are also involved with them.
Psycological tactics includes creating excessive stimuli such as noises where the individual feels like they have to respond. They also will plant evidence against the person and this incudes both physical evidence and getting others like their agents to lie or to compromise the person in other ways. They also create false reports and try to take advantage of any vulnerability that exist concerning the individual.
All of this sums up what the police are capable of when going about the law in their own way. If you are a victim of this form of police brutality. Make your case known. Speak openly about it and name the names of those who you know to be involved. Do not ever remain silent. That is exactly what they want.