Sunday, March 29, 2009

Simply submit? Are you Nuk'n Futz?

Vin Suprynowicz hits the nail on the head again with this article about unquestioned submission to the poLice. Only when cops are subject to the same terror that they impose on civilians, will they change their ways. It is a cross jurisdictional "cop-culture" (an oxymoron for sure) that needs a cross jurisdictional civilian payback culture to stop this.

‘Simply submit’

By Vin Suprynowicz

“I just finished reading the article on Excessive Force on page 2B,” wrote in Ron the Former Police Officer, on March the 5th. “Another person was apparently injured in a police confrontation, followed by the usual lawsuit. As a former police detective, I have a solution on how to avoid 99 percent of all injuries, lawsuits, and deaths sustained as a result of a police confrontation,” offers Officer Ron:

“When stopped by an officer, do as he asks. Never run from the police, never fight with the police, never get into a shouting match, don’t try to escape from custody. Simply submit, but try to obtain all the info you can, i.e. why am I being stopped, etc. If you feel the officer is in error, there will be ample opportunity to contest the allegations later.”

That comprises the entirety of Officer Ron’s letter, and advice: “Just submit.”

On March 27, 2006 People magazine published an article (easily found at,,20061695,00.html) that reported what happened to a number of Americans who “just submitted”:

“Heather Southerland had just gotten in her car after an evening visit with a girlfriend in Leesville, La,,” wrote reporter Bill Hewitt in the article, headlined “Phony Cops, Real Victims”

“As she drove away, a green Ford Bronco pulled close behind her, flashing its lights. Southerland, 24, turned onto a deserted side street. ‘The man got out of his Bronco and said, “Leesville Police Department, undercover narcotics, step out of the car,” ’ she recalls. He ordered her to walk backwards toward him and put her hands on the trunk of her vehicle. She asked to see his badgeƑand he refused. ‘He said I didn’t need to see his badge,’ she says. ‘I knew right then something extremely bad was about to happen.’”

It did. Seconds later, as she tried to flee, the man grabbed her and raped her at knifepoint. Because she “just submitted.” MORE HERE