#PoliceState USA – Cop caught with 4 pounds of marijuana at home won’t be charged


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By @ShaunyGibson – Used to be @ ShaunyNews Via: http://rt.com/usa/

If any more proof of a police state USA was ever needed here it is, by the day cops are above the law. America is now run by criminals in Government, Congress, CEO’s and a Police Force allowed to be above the law. I tire saying this but America you are a Fascist State. Below are many examples of a police state, my words and the actual meaning. This cops job was to hand all drugs into his office of work and log it in the system, he kept it in his car!

The official search warrant

The official search warrant

America if you do anything, WATCH THIS VIDEO, you will see your enslavement slowly happening

Here are hundreds more videos by Americans who care and fight back: https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=police+state+usa

Wake Up America: The Rise of the Police State
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Police_state – Police state is a term that originally designated a state regulated by a civil administration, but since the middle of the 20th Century, the term has “taken on the emotional and derogatory meaning of a government that exercises power arbitrarily through the police.”The inhabitants of a police state experience restrictions on their mobility, and on their freedom to express or communicate political or other views, which are subject to police monitoring or enforcement. Political control may be exerted by means of a secret police force which operates outside the boundaries normally imposed by a constitutional state. Robert von Mohl, who first introduced the rule of law to German jurisprudence, contrasted the Rechtsstaat (“legal” or “constitutional” state) with the aristocratic Polizeistaat(“police state”)

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A California police officer already being investigated by the District Attorney’s office was discovered with four pounds of marijuana in his home, but he won’t be charged with possession. His future on the force, however, is uncertain. K-9 police officer Joe Avila, a veteran with the Richmond Police Department, has been on administrative leave since September after an internal investigation found he failed to file more than three dozen police reports.

police officer Joe Avila

(Alleged) Drug using Police officer Joe Avila

READ MORE: Legal marijuana is ‘inevitable,’ says California attorney general

One of those reports involved the seizure of four to five pounds of marijuana. Instead of storing the pot in the department’s evidence locker, Avila stored it in the trunk of his car and home, and failed to file a police report about the seizure. The Contra Costa County District Attorney’s Office, which has been investigating the case, said it is not inclined to file charges. The county’s chief public defender, Robin Lipetzky, told The Contra Costa Times the evidence is not strong enough to produce a conviction.

What a surprise, the cop who stole #Cannabis won’t be punished. #AskACop, they know how to get away with anything! http://t.co/Ypdv6AI4ab

— #Cannabis #Weed #Bud (@MarijAWanna) December 17, 2014

The incident happened on November 25, 2013, when Avila picked up a box containing the marijuana from a UPS store. He radioed a dispatcher to say he would file an incident report, but that never happened and the marijuana never found its way into the department evidence locker, a violation of police policy.

READ MORE: Seattle cop responsible for 80 percent of marijuana citations reassigned

Instead, the marijuana ended up in his Oakley home. According to police sources, officers are required to follow strict guidelines about labeling, packaging and storing potential evidence. They must also file a police report before the end of their shift unless special circumstances dictate they don’t.

When questioned about his missing incident reports, Avila told investigators that he used two pounds of the marijuana to train his police dog in February 2014. When pressed, he acknowledged there may be more in the trunk of his K-9 patrol car or at his house. During their search, police found marijuana in the home.

READ MORE: LA cops accused of cutting power to marijuana clinic, planting guns

http://www.contracostatimes.com/breaking-news/ci_27148829/richmond-officer-found-marijuana-home-wont-face-charges

http://www.theweedblog.com/police-officer-caught-with-four-pounds-of-marijuana-wont-be-charged/

http://www.opposingviews.com/i/society/drug-law/california-police-officer-caught-marijuana-his-home-wont-likely-face-charges

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How serious is California drought? Check out these before and after pictures, taken only three years apart.


Before: Here, the Green Bridge passes over Lake Oroville near the Bidwell Marina in 2011. Notice the trees and shrubs that grow right against the man-made lake's edge

Before: Here, the Green Bridge passes over Lake Oroville near the Bidwell Marina in 2011. Notice the trees and shrubs that grow right against the man-made lake’s edge

After: Fast forward to 2014 and even the massive pillars holding up the bridge can be completely seen at the lakes edge, where a wide swath of parched dirt spans between what's left of the water and the tree line

After: Fast forward to 2014 and even the massive pillars holding up the bridge can be completely seen at the lakes edge, where a wide swath of parched dirt spans between what’s left of the water and the tree line

Before: Here, the Enterprise Bridge spans the Lake Oroville in Butte County, California in July 2011.

Before: Here, the Enterprise Bridge spans the Lake Oroville in Butte County, California in July 2011.

After: Here, the Enterprise Bridge spans the same reservoir, which has dwindled to a mere trickle in 2014 as California is forced to draw alarming amounts of water from its vanishing reservoirs

After: Here, the Enterprise Bridge spans the same reservoir, which has dwindled to a mere trickle in 2014 as California is forced to draw alarming amounts of water from its vanishing reservoirs

Before: The marina at Oroville Lake, here in 2011, is the picture of serenity. Recent serious storms in Northern and Southern California have helped give the state a very small reprieve during the 3-year drought, but the effects have been described as a 'drop in the bucket'

Before: The marina at Oroville Lake, here in 2011, is the picture of serenity. Recent serious storms in Northern and Southern California have helped give the state a very small reprieve during the 3-year drought, but the effects have been described as a ‘drop in the bucket’

After: Here, the Enterprise Bridge spans the same reservoir, which has dwindled to a mere trickle in 2014 as California is forced to draw alarming amounts of water from its vanishing reservoirs

After: Here, the Enterprise Bridge spans the same reservoir, which has dwindled to a mere trickle in 2014 as California is forced to draw alarming amounts of water from its vanishing reservoirs

Jellyfish-Like Creatures Invade US West Coast


A view of La Push, Washington state

A view of La Push, Washington state

Billions of blue jellyfish-like creatures have washed up along the North American West coast, from southern California to British Columbia. The creature is known as the “by-the-wind sailor” but its scientific name is Velella Velella. “The numbers, if you extrapolate, are awe-inspiring,” said Kevin Raskoff, a professor of Biology at Monterey Peninsula College told Southern California Public Radio.  “With some of my students we counted more than a thousand per metre,” Mr Raskoff said. “The numbers get astronomical pretty fast.” Sightings have been reported in California, Oregon and Washington states, as well as across the border on Canada’s West Coast. The creatures are carnivorous and sting, but usually not enough to harm humans.

The first sightings were reported in July

The first sightings were reported in July

They normally live several miles off the coast, and once they wash ashore, they die and decompose, becoming cellophane-like. The National Geographic said experts have been trying to explain the cause of such “blooms”. Possible reasons range from ocean currents and winds to over-fishing, which deprives jellyfish of some of their favourite foods, it said.