It never ends, does it?

4 months…4 months of “inactivity,” meaning that no one bothered us.  And then, on March 10, it started all over again.  Yes, yet another bozo claiming to be from the “Fresno Police Department.”  He certainly didn’t act like a policeman.  He only threatened and intimidated me and my mother for the umpteenth time.  And guess what?  This time he not only wanted my mom’s driver’s license, he also demanded our car keys as well.  What the…?!  He had absolutely NO right to ask for that and threaten us with arrest if we failed to comply.  He even threatened me with arrest when I refused.  Who do these bums think they are?  They act like tyrants, calling the use of force and mental intimidation “reason.”  We did nothing wrong, and this ass of a “policeman” pretended that he owned Fresno and the whole state, like he was their ruler.  He even told my mom to lie and he broke distinct laws during his “performance.”  My hatred (and fear) of these stinking Fresno and Clovis Police Departments is rising so much that it will inevitably consume me…these stupid “police officers” who pretend to uphold the law with a gun pointed at your face. 

Moreover, there is definitely something fishy going on here in Fresno with the law enforcement.  In 2009 and before that, there were almost no police cars cruising around Fresno streets and parking lots (of all unlikely places).  Now, you can’t cross one street without meeting up with at least one police car.  Supposedly, the Fresno Bee (a local newspaper) said that the city couldn’t afford more police officers and was laying off a considerable number.  However,  there seems like they have hired hundreds recently, swarming like ants all over the city.  Yeah, sure…Fresno is millions of dollars in debt, just like all of California, and they can afford to hire more police officers when they’ve had to fire other city workers.  Give me a break.  Secondly, the Constitution and all its amendments stand for something call civil rights, which are meant to be upheld by law enforcement and the judicial branch of government.  Weren’t the three branches of U.S. government supposed to have equal power?  That’s not reality here.  There even was a case filed some years ago in the state of New York against the U.S. Supreme Court regarding police officers manipulating the power they have been given, asking random innocent people for their IDs for no justifiable reason.  Furthermore, there is no law in the U.S. stating that U.S. citizens are required to have picture documentation at all.  I can only conclude that I truly hate police officers, and I know that they do not uphold the law—they break it.

Natalie Gorna

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