I find this story interesting on a few levels. While I am very sad for the poor trooper who was murdered by this wack-job, and I expect that he will be brought to justice (i.e., the State will kill him in a final blaze of revenge), the crime and manhunt reveals much.
1. The state takes much more umbrage to one of theirs being killed, than they would were you or I murdered by a wacko.
2. The all powerful state – the same one that seeks to disarm us for our protection that is – could not even protect itself from a deranged murderer.
3. Typical here, the job of the state is in reality to prevent nothing, but instead seek perpetrators after crimes have occurred. They don’t prevent murder, they merely tag and bag victims and then hunt for the murderer. This is what you get for your tax money.
4. In this case they are impotent, standing in the PA woods with their hands on their asses asking for help from the sheep and stealing this idiot’s MREs.
Good job guys, I’ll sleep well at night knowing the state has my back
“Pennsylvania State Police say they have seized supplies of food belonging to the survivalist charged with ambushing a rural police barracks. They say he will likely have to start breaking into cabins or searching through trash bins to sustain himself.Lt. Col. George Bivens says police found a campsite recently used by 31-year-old Eric Frein. He says police found tuna fish, instant noodles and other food as well as 90 rounds from a rifle of the same type used in the deadly ambush.”
So,stumbling across a campsite is now “seizing food and ammo”?
Yesterday was day#21 of the search.
“Pennsylvania state police have been joined by law enforcement officials from New York and New Jersey state police, the FBI, the U.S. Marshals Service and other federal agencies. The FBI alone has between 140 and nearly 200 of its staff in the field each day, Hanko said, including agents, analysts, technicians…
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