The dark underbelly of cop Killer Frein saga, and what they didn’t tell you


The alleged cop killer Eric Frein has been captured. I am glad. Martial law is coming to and end. But as I watched the heads of the various agencies preen with pride at the capture at last night’s press conference, I could only feel disgust. I witnessed the disgraceful conduct in Northeastern Pennsylvania by many in the various law enforcement agencies who ran roughshod over the rights of the citizens with their on again, off again  “Shelter in place” – what a joke – their often abuse towards us, because after all, they were going to get their man and too often, way too often, to hell with us and you and yours.

Anyone who follows my blog knows I am one of only a few who has called out on a regular basis that this lawlessness had to stop. If you think forcing citizens to sleep in their cars, not letting them go home and get to their medications for days on end, leaving pets in homes for days without food or water, was okay and only done in our best interest, read no further. Threatening arrest if one attempts to go in or out of one’s home. It only added to the feeling of living in some other parallel universe. It couldn’t be happening here. Not in the USA. But of course, the PA police denied it. But I have meticulously documented it all in previous posts from standard news sources. Yes I have.

On the other hand, if seven weeks of this did not raise even raise an eyebrow, then Martial Law apparently will go down without a hitch when others perceive it is in our best interest to “Shelter in place.”

The locals are for the most part “bitter clingers” and except for a few transplants, a tight-knit community. Supporting law enforcement is in our DNA. And so most did support law enforcement for the better part. But as the days wore on, the tweets were becoming less kind. I was becoming less kind. It was good it ended today. Hunting season is upon us. With the closure of  hunting in a number of townships, the story was taking on an ominous flavor. The actions of those whose intent was to get their man at any cost was coming into question.

But think about it. How long are you willing to live under martial law? I also will include two short videos to try to give you the flavor. I will give you a list of a number of my previous posts, many contain some duplication for documentation.

This fellow was injured and ended up at the Hospital. Funny, they edited the ending. He was assaulted. One reason they are raising money.

 

This one was produced October 22, 2014. Life at the gulag.

Monroe County Resident Describes Living in the Heart of the Massive Manhunt for Alleged Cop Killer Eric Frein. 


Links: The first is a good one to start with if short of time.

Martial law in NE PA remains over Cop Killer Frein, call it what you like.

 

DHS lifts Martial Law order -‘Shelter in place’ in NE PA over cop killer Frein- UPDATE:

 

Martial Law – ‘Shelter in place’ comes to NE PA over Police killer Frein UPDATE

 

PA Trooper killer still on the loose, thousands of students at home, roads blocked UPDATES

 

PA Police shooter portrayed as right-wing nut job, he was anything but. UPDATES

(This is a good one if you are hearing he is an anti-government zealot)

 

19 Responses to “The dark underbelly of cop Killer Frein saga, and what they didn’t tell you”

  1. My Article Read (10-31-2014) | My Daily Musing Says:

    […] The dark underbelly of cop Killer Frein saga, and what they didn’t tell you […]

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Thanks again.

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  2. Petermc3 Says:

    Where today do those disgruntled with government who are not sheeple go to air their discontent, their anger, their resentment, their grievances? The press and the electronic media are almost 100% neutralized and virtually morphed into wings of the democrat party and their advocates on the left. Do we contact our congressmen/women? Better to piss into the wind. This country has reached the tipping point where there is only one logical conclusion one can reach…

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    • bunkerville Says:

      The only place left is the the internet and a few bloggers. How much longer we will be able to do so is highly questionable. Two years to go, and not looking good.

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  3. Steve Dennis Says:

    I guess what is most troubling is how few people saw this as a violation of rights. Have we gotten to the point where most people think the government, or the police, are always right and cannot be questioned? We are all glad he was finally caught, but we are seeing more and more our rights violated in the name of justice and that is a troubling trend.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      This was a lesson in Civics that few experience. I saw the other side of our Police that gave me much pause. In the end, if one wanted to take a risk, that was on us. But it was never about that, and that what is so worrisome.

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  4. Lorra B. Says:

    Reblogged this on SilentSoldier.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Many thanks. End of this saga.

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  5. LadyRavenSDC Says:

    Doubling up having let this same comment on my post to you but wanted to make sure you see it.
    I’m going out of town for four days/leaving in two hours so my last thoughts on this.
    To the townspeople this was definitely an exercise in martial law – but I think it is bigger than that. It is possibly the longest government exercise/training yet. Not at all unlike the Zombie exercises we have seen. You do not get that many agencies, with that many personnel involved, that much equipment (wow the flyers!) for such an extended length of time without it being “more” than just a martial law situation. Seven weeks! Give me a break! Watch for crisis actors any time now……
    Bunkerville – when you have time – check out this guys videos on it.
    https://www.youtube.com/user/politicallyexhausted
    Must go now.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      What a wonderful video. Thanks, much needed.

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  6. LadyRavenSDC Says:

    Reblogged this on LadyRaven's Whisky In A Jar – OH!.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Thanks for the link. Guess we know all we need to know at this point. Few got my concern apparently. At least not the media. But I gave it one hell of a try.

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  7. Conservatives on Fire Says:

    I take no joy in saying this, but America has become a nation of sheep. The exceptions will find they are hugely out numbered by what one liberal troll at my lace calls the “better angles” of government.

    Keep the bunker dry, my friend.

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    • Conservatives on Fire Says:

      That should be “place”.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      A trial run Jim. Worked out swell didn’t it?

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  8. LadyRavenSDC Says:

    “…if seven weeks of this did not raise even raise an eyebrow, then Martial Law apparently will go down without a hitch when others perceive it is in our best interest to ‘Shelter in place.’”

    Liked by 1 person

    • bunkerville Says:

      Said it all.Well, they worked out all the kinks apparently when they decide to do the big one.

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  9. Paul H. Lemmen Says:

    Reblogged this on A Conservative Christian Man.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Thanks.

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