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SBL
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quote:
Originally posted by The Answer:
If this was not self-inflicted, fact finding needs to be quick. If you want to go after who you think did it, you need to know who did it, and have a good shot at getting the evidence. Move quickly. The who, where, when, how, needs to be capable of being proven in court if you want a day in court.

A day in court? Dude, are you serious!?

1. They think we're the bad guys. The only time they let us into court is after they've arrested us, and even then it is a pre-determined outcome; a basketball score for a prison sentence.

2. Proving that it was not a suicide is one thing. Proving that it was a specific individual(s) is another.

3. Any retribution has to be off-the-books. No names. No posting anything online about it, no phone calls about it. Only people who know the situation and who don't go talking about it on any form of technology. That means that anyone who's posted ANYTHING on here about Breacher's death is totally off the table for getting retribution.

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quote:
Originally posted by SBL:
quote:
Originally posted by The Answer:
If this was not self-inflicted, fact finding needs to be quick. If you want to go after who you think did it, you need to know who did it, and have a good shot at getting the evidence. Move quickly. The who, where, when, how, needs to be capable of being proven in court if you want a day in court.

A day in court? Dude, are you serious!?

1. They think we're the bad guys. The only time they let us into court is after they've arrested us, and even then it is a pre-determined outcome; a basketball score for a prison sentence.

2. Proving that it was not a suicide is one thing. Proving that it was a specific individual(s) is another.

3. Any retribution has to be off-the-books. No names. No posting anything online about it, no phone calls about it. Only people who know the situation and who don't go talking about it on any form of technology. That means that anyone who's posted ANYTHING on here about Breacher's death is totally off the table for getting retribution.

It's about time that the courts aren't enemy territory but friendly ground.

And, if you can figure out who did it in order to seek retribution, you can figure out who did it in order to show the world what happened and throw the spotlight up on the other side.

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I would love for the court system to be friendly grounds. Unfortunately, that won't be until AFTER a constitutional revolution has occurred. And by then, you'd only be kicking a dead horse by going after Breacher's killer(s). Chances are his killer(s) will be killed in the war anyway.

Breacher's killer is apparently relatively capable. That sociopath needs to be put down sooner rather than later, and the law isn't going to help us with that.

Law enforcement wants to keep it officially as a suicide, that way they don't have to go through the effort of investigating a murder. So even if you had real tangible evidence that it was a murder, there is still going to be some resistance from the cops. In fact, you'll be insulting them even just by bringing the issue up, which means they're definitely NOT going to be on your side. Here's why: You're telling them that 1) they're wrong, and 2) they need to get off their asses and do their job. Nobody likes to hear either of those things.

[ 02-05-2018, 08:13 PM: Message edited by: SBL ]

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On training: Our drills are bloodless battles so that our battles are bloody drills.
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I don't expect cops to be on our side. I expect a cop to comply with mandatory discovery as part of litigation. Or a judge will put that person in contempt, and then that cop will get to spend a while in jail.

Depose everyone. Subpoena Duces Tecum every document that could possibly help. Hire experts for trial. And put on public record everything.

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May the 8th 2017 our friend was murdered.

A year later those responsible have still not been brought to justice. [Frown]

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Iíve been thinking about him lately... very sad. I do NOT believe that this was of his own intentional doings. I would really like to know what he was finding out about those ďantifaĒ thugs and their political support up there.

I have a gut feeling that he was killed for this, and that the crime/coverup runs deep.

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