The police are not legally obligated to come to the aid of citizens even if a call is placed for help. See Balistreri v. Pacifica Police Department or Warren vs. District of Columbia.
Recall the old slogan “To Protect and Serve”, that seems to have disappeared from police cars. Could that be that citizens began to understand that cops are there to Protect and Serve tyrants?
Remember this… it is IMPOSSIBLE for someone to “SERVE” you, while they simultaneously “POLICE” you.
Cops and other various enforcement agencies are the front lines of offense and defense, of the tyrants – the globalists.
Secondarily, the cops job is to enforce the enslavement of himself, his family, his friends, his neighbors, his community, his state and his nation.
They are simply following the Nuremberg defense.
Oh, and there were at least 54 rounds fired at the two women that were delivering news papers. This article offers more kindness to the police than this fearful, law abiding citizen…
February 15, 2013
Police typically say that their top mission is to protect “public safety.” That’s the lingo. But the recently concluded manhunt for former Los Angeles Police Department officer Christopher Dorner, accused of murdering four people after releasing a manifesto decrying his 2008 firing from the force, suggests that concern about the public’s actual safety sometimes is fairly low on the list of police priorities.
Last weekend, police opened fire on a 71-year-old newspaper carrier and her 47-year-old daughter who had the misfortune of driving a pick-up truck police thought might be Dorner’s. The Los Angeles police detectives who opened fire on them, putting two bullets in the older woman’s back, didn’t do much double checking. The carriers’ truck was a different make and color from Dorner’s.
As the women’s attorney told the Los Angeles Times: “The problem with the situation is it looked like the police had the goal of administering street justice and in so doing, didn’t take the time to notice that these two older, small Latina women don’t look like a large black man.” This could be written off as a sad fluke, except that 25 minutes later different officers opened fire on a different truck—once again getting key details wrong. Can’t officers at least check the license plate, and issue a warning, before opening fire?