Wednesday, February 06, 2013

The Rule of Crime: In Chicago, There’s Now No Right to Self-Defense or to Police Protection: Police Will No Longer Respond to Most 911 Calls

A Black History Month Moment

By Nicholas Stix

Fox News’ Title, “Chicago police will no longer respond to all 911 calls,” is on the understated side.

(In case the video fails to load, hit either this link or this one.)

As defense attorney Arthur Aidala points out in the videotape, robbers and burglars will know that no police are coming, even if someone calls the police, and so they will feel no fear, and need to run. Thus, there will not only be more burglaries and rapes, but more of these will lead to rapes and murders.

And if police refuse to come to the scene of a robbery or burglary, to take a report from the victim, and interview any witnesses, the CPD will “disappear” the crime altogether. Police operators aren’t going to make police reports. The victim will be completely out in the cold. But if he successfully defends himself, you’d better believe that the CPD will appear, and make an arrest—of the victim, who will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.

Sam Francis had a name for it—“anarcho-tyranny.” The rule of crime also works.

[Thanks to reader-researcher “W” for the sendalong.]

1 comment:

Chicago guy said...

Since the policy is citywide those who pay the taxes that keep the city afloat will have services to them reduced because of the strain on services created by the non-payers. The underclass is one huge money pit with nothing to show for it at the end of the day. If they say burglary and robbery rates have fallen then we'll all know it's just more malarky.