Man arrested for breaking
in his own home.
By Alan R. (Rudy) McGillvray
August 08, 2009
This is about the arrest of that Cambridge professor alleged
to be breaking into a home in Cambridge Massachusetts. It is
a point that no one, in the drive-by media, the right-wing radio
talk show host has mentioned; NO ONE HAS NOTICED.
This man, happened to be black, but I believe it holds true
for anyone alleged to be breaking into a home. He proved himself
the owner, the cop arrested this man IN HIS OWN HOME, anyway.
For alleged, yelling and calling the cop a racial profiler. IN
HIS OWN HOME, ON HIS OWN PROPERTY, people.
This strikes me as STATISM folks, wherein the STATE has the power
to arrest anyone the STATE deems to be a threat to the security
and peace of the community, IN THEIR OWN HOME. Our homes are
no longer our castle, except here in Alaska. Praise the Lord.
Thank You Raven Decision.
I understand it took only 3 minutes for this man to be arrested,
just enough time to determine ownership of the property in question.
The cop could have been a good citizen and HELPED the person
open the stuck door, but NO he had to arrest this man who is
still out on a bond of his own recognizance of liability, and
the case has not be adjudicated. (I may be mistaken on the last
point, our media sources have not reported the outcome, or I
This should never have happened people, aren't our notions of
Freedom in this country based on the facts that our homes are
inviolate to the statist police? That the police have no rights
to be on our property unless invited, or allowed through the
machinations of alleged wrong-doing? Which is what happened in
this case. As soon as it was determined that the man was breaking
into a stuck door, the police should have retreated to the OUTSIDE
of the PROPERTY LINE.
Yours in effective law enforcement,
Alan R. (Rudy) McGillvray
Received August 04, 2009 -
Published August 08, 2009
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