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Snippet Two, Alone and Unafraid

The first draft was finished on Saturday, and editing has commenced.  Meanwhile, here’s the next snippet:


Jim and I were waiting at the RV point, two blocks from the target house. 1,378 more words

Fire Obstacles

A paramilitary policeman crawls under fire obstacles during a drill at a military base in Chaohu, Anhui province, China, on May 5, 2014. (Reuters/China Daily) © Reuters China Daily Source The post Fire Obstacles appeared first on Pictabulous.

Rankin, Ian. A Question of Blood.

Boston: Little, Brown, 2003.

Detective Sergeant Siobhan Clarke of the Edinburgh CID, in whom DI John Rebus has long taken both a professional and a semi-paternal interest, is being stalked and harassed by an aggressive ex-con, and it’s taking its toll on her. 254 more words


When The Police Become The Military

Via Stuff They Don’t Want You to Know

You may not have heard the phrase “militarization of police”, but you’ve probably seen the process in action.

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Law Enforcement Lingo 101

This post is for readers that are not familiar with basic law enforcement lingo. Understanding the full meaning of Thin Blue Line of Leadership’s tweets and blog posts will deepen your comprehension of our mission to share positive law enforcement leadership tactics.   530 more words


Chiapas: 18 years since the disappearance of Minerva Pérez, her case remains unpunished

 June 20 is the 18th anniversary of the forced disappearance of Minerva Guadalupe Pérez Torres, an indigenous Ch’ol and native of the community of Masojá Shucjá, in the municipality of Tila, who in 1996, at the age of only 19, “ 232 more words

Human Rights

Why I won't go quietly

I’ve lost another friend tonight. Or at least I will soon. Either she will unfriend me or, assuming that she continues to advertise funding links to Britain First on her facebook page, I’ll unfriend her. 561 more words