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Law Enforcement Complicity?

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Are the Police complicit?

What about the Sheriffs?

How about the state Police (highway patrols)?

What about the Postal Inspectors office?

How about the Feds? Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE), Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI), Capital Police, National Park Police, U.S. Marshals, Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms (ATF), Bureau of prisons, Transportation Security Agency (TSA), etcetera, etcetera, etcetera?

How about the quasi military U.S. Coast Guard?

The Military (Army, Navy, Airforce, Marines) all have their Security Forces.

Almost all departments of the Federal Government have their own law enforcement groups either enforcing their emphasis or across the board.

Many of these law enforcement organizations have had their own scandals recently. Someone at the border letting illegals in.  Someone allowing importation of drugs through airports or through the border.  Or Gun Running by the Obummer administration.  The NYPD arrested 3 commanders in a corruption case last year.  And how many more scandals are there in the press?  Many police departments refusing to protect their own citizens because of political views.  Need I say more?

Are these law enforcement complicit or colluding with the law breakers and criminals around the country? Complicit is a strong word.  Collusion is another word.  I do not believe they are overtly colluding nor are they overtly complicit, nor do I believe they are covertly doing this.  I do believe there is some complicity within the Law Enforcement Community.  I do not believe that all of them are, but I do believe that most may be.  They are doing it just as a matter of business.  I think the majority of the complicity is at the highest levels, the political levels.  Not at the rank and file working level who are just following orders and trying to do their best and keep their jobs.

Do the Law Enforcement Agencies refuse to enforce laws for their own benefit? And for the benefit of the gangs?  Is there a systemic problem within Law Enforcement that causes this behavior?  I think there very well may be.  What could those benefits be? Please read on!

A little background:

As many as 1.4 million gang members are believed responsible for as much as 80 percent of crime in America — and the gangs are spreading across the country, according to a Justice Department gang threat assessment. Eighty percent of gang members along the border are thought to be Illegals! MS-13, one of President Trumps favorite verbal targets, actively recruits from the illegals population.

YES, you read that correctly. Eighty Percent of the Crime in the United States may be able to be traced to GANGS. What kind of crime could that be?  Any Crime at all; Murders, Rapes, Assaults, Burglaries, Car thefts, Drugs, Armed robberies, Prostitution, etcetera, etcetera, etcetera.

Another big chunk can be traced to Drugs. With about Seventeen Percent of inmates admitting that Drugs were involved in their incarceration.  I am sure there is some overlap with the gangs here.

Now back to the article:

Now my question is WHY? Why do the Law Enforcement personnel not take down this scourge on the face of the earth.  Why don’t they enforce our laws and eliminate Criminal Gangs?  Why do they allow criminal illegals to cross our borders even 20 times? What is the benefit to not eliminating Eighty Plus Percent of Crime?  Well Read on!

It is all about money. Not bribes, not graft, not even ideologies.  It is about Money and Control.

Without Crime, there would be very little need for Law Enforcement. Right?  Let me say that again. Without Crime, there would be very little need for Law Enforcement!  That’s right.

If Eighty Percent of the Crime went away, how many of the Law Enforcement personnel could be eliminated from those jobs? Hypothetically, if a town has a 1000 person police force. And the average cost is $100,000 per person, every person, including benefits, that is $100,000,000 in the budget. A sizable sum for sure.  Now, what if crime was reduced by 80 percent.  How much of that $100 million could be used for other things instead of policing?

The Law Enforcement Agencies in my estimation could be just keeping crime reasonably under control in order to protect their jobs, and the jobs of their friends. They do not want to eliminate gangs because that would cause crime to go way down.  They just want to keep it reasonably under control.

How to get rid of gangs? That is for another time.

Any thoughts my friends?

Mark

Now, let me introduce myself. I am conservative, Eagle Scout, Graduate of the School of Hard Knocks (actually a Major University) with a degree in Economics and a retired Military Officer.  If you like my writing and ideas, look me up on my new facebook page (Marks Karl). Or you can write me at [email protected]

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MarkSKarl

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