CFR & U.S. Army Chief of Staff: Use Army for Domestic Enforcement
Written by Joe Wolverton, II
Monday, 04 June 2012 00:00
The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) proposes that the U.S. Army be used to plan, command, and carry out (with the help of civilian law enforcement) domestic police missions. So says a story appearing in the May/June issue of the influential organization’s official journal, Foreign Affairs. The article lacks a single reference to the Posse Comitatus Act, which prohibits such actions.
My Comments: 1) As soon as Posse Comitatus is ignored (there have already been test cases of this outside of two US ARMY bases - armed US ARMY MPs stepping in and working with LEO to arrest who were Regular Army and not National Guard, in the last two years), 2) Every gun seller in the US will immediately have all records reviewed and catalogued to creat a complete list of US Gun Owners (regardless of state law and privicy issues - already been tested in AK case being held up in Federal Courts), 3) You can throw the 4thA and 5thA out the window. Indefinite detention of US Citizens has already been 'legalized' through Presidential Executive Orders and this years Congressional Passing of the US Miliary Funding Bill (all the info is out there).
Too many items in this article to excerpt here. Better if you read and come to your own conclusions: CFR & U.S. Army Chief of Staff: Use Army for Domestic Enforcement
Related: The Age Of Drones: Military May Be Using Drones In US To Help Police: http://losangeles.cbslocal.com/2012/...o-help-police/