There is no such thing as a pre-crime arrest. First they came for the “Islamo terrorists”, and I did nothing . . .
The standard police procedure is to try to catch criminals in the act. They had 24/7 surveillance on Rahim Usaama, he wasn’t going to be free to commit any crimes. When, in plain clothes, they accosted him on the street during his standard commute to work, what was the plan? “We’re onto you son. Don’t do it!!” I doubt it. They said he attacked them with a knife. The video is too blurry to make that out.
Claims of insane attacks on arresting/questioning law enforcement officers seems to be growing trend. http://www.silive.com/news/index.ssf/2015/06/report_si_man_attacks_fbi_agen.html
Friends and relatives are stunned, aghast or even laugh at the allegations. What’s going on here? http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/nyc-crime/feds-halt-isis-supporter-new-york-bomb-plot-article-1.2260244
I think it’s time to take away law enforcement’s right to lie under oath (Briscoe v. Lahue). They are licensed to commit perjury. What would stop a framing criminal and or psychopathic officer from doing so? The above allegations in the articles include visited websites and Amazon orders, but are the suspects’ responsible? The NSA fusion centers, if they want it, can have any Amazon account name, password and a subject’s credit card number. There needs to be a higher standard of proof.
We are all under surveillance. These claims could be made against anyone by unethical law enforcement officers. Your corpse wouldn’t be able to argue the facts.
The underlying question here is one of good vs. evil. Most people seem reluctant to pursue this matter.