Series III

Our Blight In Blue



Excited Delirium


The Character of Cops


All Series III Posts

An Introduction to the American Police

You awake to the sound of heavy footsteps outside. The stomp of what must be several pairs of boots startled you out of your slumber, and along with the creak of the porch under their weight, you can hear other muffled movements coming from behind your front door. You feel your partner still peacefully breathing…

A Doctor’s Diagnosis for Murder Part I – Corporate Controlled Policing

Before beginning this 2 part series on excited delirium I would like to provide a warning that this topic is going to be extremely triggering and dark. Please take it slowly, and take breaks if you need. This video is also extremely important to see. At the beginning Minneapolis police officers discuss their plans to…

Police Unionization and The Damage It’s Done

As we discussed in our introduction to American policing, the values of groups that early departments spawned from never truly left them; even after 150 years. The people that they were created to oppress still suffer under the brutalization of law enforcement, and the police have made sure to get their hands on all of…

A Doctor’s Diagnosis for Murder Part II – Excited Delirium

Part I Part II Warning: This post will be graphic and discuss police violence in a very real way. We left off after the first part of this excited delirium analysis with an account of Gregory Lloyd Edwards’ murder, how he was placed in a cell with tasers lodged in his back and a pepper…

Law Enforcement Doesn’t Protect our Rights, They Restrict Them

Everything that I have described up to this point in the series shows a police force that is completely divergent from the goals of community health and safety. This post is going to be a final analysis of how American law enforcement violates our constitutional freedoms and show once again that police were created as…