Renton, Washington: Where Cartoons Ar...

Renton, Washington: Where Cartoons Are a Bigger Offense Than Gross Abuses of Police Power

There are 1 comment on the Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph story from Aug 5, 2011, titled Renton, Washington: Where Cartoons Are a Bigger Offense Than Gross Abuses of Police Power. In it, Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph reports that:

In a follow-up to yesterday's KIRO-TV story about the Renton, Washington, police department's pursuit of the online parodist known as "Mr. Fuddlesticks," Renton Patch reports that Deputy Chief Charles Marsalisi "was recently demoted to sergeant over his role in or knowledge of" Mr.

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#1 Aug 6, 2011
Thank God I live in Germany, a country that knows all too well the dangers inherit in a state where the police overstep their mandate to trample on the happiness, well-being and livelihood of the common man. The state looks after its people whilst allowing them to live as they see fit without undue interference. The US however seems more and more to be following a fascist route; as its influence diminishes around the world, it seeks to enforce its dominance upon its own people. There doesn't appear to be any hope given the general decline in its education system and completely ignorant, unqualified people who run for office and are given headlines due to notoriety rather than experience and ability. What a dystopia the US has become, and we in Europe, grateful for the US of three generations ago, can only shake our heads and bemoan the loss of a former model and friend.

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