Tuesday, May 10, 2011

The Diaper Gang

Pre-9-11 there was a youth gang who robbed people walking at night threatening to use baseball bats if they didn't hand over money and valuables in Stafford Springs, Connecticut. The crimes went months, or even years unsolved.

I named the individuals and provided addresses to the Connecticut State Police and town constables. Richard Dessert was beaten with bats and had to be air lifted to a hospital with life threatening head injuries. Stephen Carver, Stanley Sibonis, Donovan, and others were the perps. I repeatedly informed police who the perpetrators of the crimes were. So, are police merely armed revenue collectors and guards for state interests, not "law enforcement"?

If police are socializing, interacting, and have monetary transactions with prostitutes, vandals, heroin and crack cocaine dealers, thieves, and other non-taxpaying vermin, parasites on humanity, how are they acting in the best interest of the public?

My thoughts expanded [here, scroll down in post].

Should citizens who complain about police brutality, judicial misconduct, and public corruption, such as I, Steven G. Erickson, have, be put on a Connecticut State Police Homeland Security Fusion Center Arrest on Sight, List?

This blogger's email:
stevengerickson AT yahoo Dot com

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