Cops Storm onto Private Property and Knock out 15 Year Old Girls Teeth
The government police monopoly has grown in brutality over the years, along with the size of the state and its ever-expanding list of laws that turn nonviolent people into targets for violence and extortion.
Every day we hear from different cities, states and countries, receiving pictures and videos of situations where nonviolent people are literally treated like animals by these state sanctioned thugs, in most cases on their on private property, or the private property of someone else who did not invite the police.
This has been happening across the world, especially in the European Union and North America.
This week in New Zealand a story broke about a gang of police who trespassed on private property to break up a peaceful teenage party, smashed in a 15-year-old girls face and knocked out her teeth, sending her to the emergency room for the night.
“Police are investigating allegations a 15-year-old girl was assaulted by officers at an out-of-control party in Howick at the weekend.
Two images of a bloodied and bruised young woman were posted to the 3 News Facebook pages on Sunday, with partygoer Anna Gardiner identifying the woman as her friend, Ella Mere Ekatone.
The images were allegedly taken after the party which attracted around 500 people in Auckland, and took 40 police officers plus a helicopter to shut down.
Police allege they were showered in bottles upon arrival, before they were able to close the party down and move partygoers further up the road.
The images have caused an outrage on the social networking site, with more than 26,000 ‘Likes’, 5300 comments and 413 shares.
3 News has been unable to contact the victim or verify her identity, but Ms Gardiner says her friend was cooperating with police instructions to leave the party when she was pushed to the ground three times by officers.
Her front teeth were knocked out in the process.”
“What gives police the right to do this to an innocent teenage girl?” says Ms Gardiner.
“What gives the cops the right to enforce such violent actions upon someone who wasn’t doing anything wrong? Someone that was following instructions?”
First of all, the police had no business even attempting to break up the party.
Why should they have the right to use violence and coercion against a group of people who have gotten together to have a good time? They were not violating anyone’s property rights, they were not a threat to anyone.
Right there at square one the police are wrong, and then to use this sort of excessive force on such a young girl is truly telling about the nature of a government police monopoly.
The police have issued a statement blowing the party way out of proportion, claiming, with no proof, that the teenagers threw bottles at them, and even then, the police were somewhere that they were not supposed to be, they were trespassing on someones property.
Even if you take this story at face value and approach this from a mainstream point of view, the girl was simply complying with orders, she wasn’t even getting out of hand.
As usual, the police are investigating themselves and it is not likely that thugs who assaulted this girl will see any sort of shame or penalties for their horrible actions.