Police State in Full Swing at the Republican National Convention 2016
Kristan Harris of the American Intelligence Report moves to the front of a police line at the 2016 RNC rally, in which Alex Jones was assaulted by a protester. Cleveland imported over 2500 police for the event above and beyond the 500 law enforcement officers provided by the city. Some authorities looked like they just walked off the battlefield displaying gear that suggested they were ready for war. The National Guard was also present in small numbers working alongside local police.
The city of Cleveland is equipped with cameras on just about every street corner. The police were also heavily armed with digital cameras, DSLRs and video camera’s to record and help identify leaders and future protesters. At times it seemed that police were bored and looking for things to do, often seen refereeing conversations in Cleveland square. (as seen below)
Police equipped with helmets and some body armor use tactics that seem to be straight out of the movie 300 -isolate protesters in order to control the situation. They first developed a wall using their bicycle’s to push and create a “T” formation, splitting the crowd in half and again into four separate groups. (As seen below)
By far the most aggressive Law enforcement group at the Cleveland Republican National Convention 2016, were what I dubbed the “paparazzi police.” I watched as one police officer attempted to rip off an activist’s mask off so he could take multiple photos of the individuals face. The purpose of this is to get your image into a police database (fusion center) so they can identify you, as well as cross-referencing your image on social media to develop a threat ranking for you. It seemed police all over had cameras.
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