The issues of the exiting Attorney General only grows with each waking moment as him and the Obama regime continually push the envelope over their un-Constitutional acts. This time we have a reason to fear considering they have reached out to multiple cities and their mayors to allow for a militarized police force that will stop at nothing to take orders from the Federal Government. Only a few places have been bold enough to discuss this issue on the media boards and chance being the target of Federal scrutiny and potentially attacked by the government agencies. Much like the IRS and others have done to the T-Party and alike.
The six cities are called “pilot cities,” which means there will be more to come, many more, to ultimately include all of America if our dictator has his way.
The cities chosen to be lab rats by the federal cheese merchants are: Minneapolis, Fort Worth, Pittsburgh, Stockton, Birmingham and Gary, IN. We recall how the founding premise for this federal takeover was supposedly the rampant racism of the American police, who victimize the poor, innocent populations under the color of law. Gary, Indiana is a city with an 83% black population; only ten percent of its citizens are white. The police of Gary must be the true alpha-racists, willing to face such incredible odds in the pursuit of “recreational bigotry.”
Through the committed work of Department leaders like Assistant Attorney General Karol Mason of the Office of Justice Programs—who is here with us today—and with the partnership of Department components including the COPS Office, the Civil Rights Division, the Community Relations Service and the Office on Violence Against Women, we are redoubling our commitment to restoring faith in the integrity of law enforcement wherever that faith has been eroded.
Today, I am announcing three significant new steps we are taking as part of this exciting initiative.
First, we have selected six cities to serve as pilot sites for innovative strategies to strengthen bonds between police and citizens they serve: Birmingham, Alabama; Stockton, California; Gary, Indiana; Minneapolis, Minnesota; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; and Fort Worth, Texas. By helping to develop programs that serve their own diverse experiences, these cities will stand on the leading edge of our effort to confront pressing issues in communities across the country.
Second, we have launched a new online resource, available at trustandjustice.org, which will advance cutting-edge research and information about best practices and trust-building policy.
Third, we’re offering training, mentoring, expert consultations, and assistance on racial reconciliation directly to police departments and communities across America through the Office of Justice Programs’ Diagnostic Center.
and finally the issues occurring right before our eyes in Salt Lake City, Utah
"Under the creation of the Unified Police Department (UPD) in Salt Lake City, Utah jurisdictions and municipalities previously controlled by the Salt Lake County Sheriffs Office was reallocated to UPD. This became the new police department and eventually the standard for other police departments across the nation."