More troubles with flatfeet

Source: The Price of Liberty
by Nathan Barton

“Say that you or I (ordinary folks, or ‘muggles,’ ‘mundanes’ or ‘peons’), were to hold a drawn pistol pointed at someone for nine minutes, locked and loaded. During that time, the person did nothing, said nothing, and was in fact in a position to be able to do nothing to resist or threaten us without giving plenty of warning. We’d be in trouble: facing a judge and trying to come up with 10% or 20% of a $100,000 or $200,000 bail and facing charges of felony menacing or some other serious crime. Even if I, in line with official duties, as a veteran Army officer, were to do that. I’d be relieved of duty and facing a court martial board. Not so for the brave boys (and/or girls) in blue, at least not in the People’s Republic of California.” (08/10/17)