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2005 SCOTUS Ruling: Police Not Constitutionally Bound to Protect Citizens

You are your first line of defense - not a phone and not a man or woman in a uniform blocks or miles away!





A 2005 Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) ruling that received little attention when handed down, but which is extremely pertinent to today's gun debate, found that police officers are not constitutionally bound to protect citizens.

The case originated in Colorado, where Simon Gonzales violated a restraining from his estranged wife in order to kidnap and kill his three children. In between the time of the kidnapping and the murders, the mother of the children, Jessica Gonzales, repeatedly called the police to report the whereabouts of her children. 

After her children were killed, she sued on grounds that the police did not react fast enough--and therefore did not protect her children from harm.

After an appeals court reversed a lower court ruling throwing out the case, the SCOTUS ruled that police officers are not, in fact, constitutionally bound to protect. 

This is important because so many people are under the delusion that we can all give up our guns, and if anything does go wrong we can just dial 911 and everything will be fine.

No. We are responsible for our own lives, our own families, our own property. 

This is no slight against police officers, whom we ought to support 100%. It is just a reminder that in the real world, our defense and the defense of those we love is in our own hands--literally.

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During a discussion with a County Deputy he told me " you are not guarantee protection under the law, so do what you feel is right".

This is a good thing. So bottom line, we need our Guns to protect ourselves and our families.  

No Brainer.

The courts in this country are a commercial venture set by Britian, how many of the laws that we have did we get to vote on.  How come our names are in all caps, that is a ficticious person, technically we are not bound to any of the laws, we have the right to refuse any type of so called law enforcement, it is an entity that feeds on itself, they want you to give up your rights, take a plea and move on, because when we do that we do the work for them.  BS, if they are not bound to us to protect us, then frick em, we can take the money we pay them and do something else, I have a real problem with them not for us, and us having to do anything they say,   f--k that



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