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Ramblings, Stake Outs, part 1

By Hal Collier, LAPD, Retired

Hal is a thirty-five year veteran of LAPD. We are pleased he is sharing his stories with us.

Stake Outs part 1… 1,198 more words

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Who Will Stand With Me?

When I was in 8th grade, my English class read the play The Diary of Ann Frank.  The teacher assigned parts, and we read it out loud in class.   598 more words


The War on Terror

In their war on terror the Americans were hijacked by their own government which took them hostage by becoming what they were fighting against: Terrorists. The war on terror turned the victim into the perpetrator. 46 more words

Justice For (Fill-in-the-Blank): Do We Want Justice or Liberation?

Justice For Fill-in the Blank: Do We Want Justice or Liberation?


Brian Francisco II

The recent murders and serious injuries of American citizens, primarily African-Americans, perpetrated by law enforcement officials and private citizens alike usually spark a call for justice for the victim of these various acts. 709 more words

‘The axe forgets; the tree remembers.’

-African proverb

This is a Zimbabwean proverb from the Shona tribe, meaning that a person who harms another or borrows from someone will often forget, but the person who is harmed or borrowed from will always remember.