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Homeland Security Massive Manhunt for Outstanding Warrants?

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DHS may be involved in a massive campaign to arrest as many Americans as is possible to put them in prisons.

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Where is Jeffrey Yeaw, Now?




Jeffrey R. Yeaw, 44, was shot 3 times by Berlin, Connecticut, police. I, Steven G. Erickson, took the above picture in 2005 of Jeff. I got an email from someone claiming to be his sister tonight. There may have been outstanding warrants for Jeff. I know Jeff from 2005, and lost touch with him. I know police were harassing him and trying to set him up. I know those in the court system were playing with court dates to deprive him of a just hearing and to bring him up on more charges.

Jeff was the subject of an Amber Alert in Connecticut probably back in 2004, if my memory serves correctly. Jeff went to visit his children at a DCF facility. They cried, according to Jeff, and said they were being abused, so Jeff walked out with them. This says the facility was lacking adequate security. The care was probably lacking too. Jeff was self-employed doing quite well with his architectural drawings business using sophisticated software. Police and judicial harassment took him out of business.

Jeff had been complaining about DCF, Department of Children and Families, abuse in court, and police misconduct. So, authorities had it in for Jeff. Jeff lost all hope, didn't want to go to jail for the a good portion, or the rest of his life on bogus charges, so he may have attempted "suicide by cop". Jeff is predicted to live after being shot 3 times.


Another story, a friend of mine on the cape in Massachusetts is probably going to get arrested and go to prison. He used to own an antiques store in New Haven, Connecticut. His Rottweiler bit a small dog. The small dog died. There were 4 children across the street. So Bill was charged with 4 two part felonies and was facing 80 years in prison as the charges were to be back to back, times 4. Bill is now 67. Bill left the State of Connecticut to avoid any more legal abuse. Time is still hanging over him. Bill is a veteran and just one more of many small business owners who were targets of police for owning a business without knowing, or paying tribute to, the proper organized crime entities.

Bill found out from a lawyer whose word I trust that there is a massive, nationwide purge to arrest anyone with outstanding warrants, no matter how old. And, from what a friend of mine who was Homeland Security and Coast Guard Reserve, is after a massive push to arrest all with outstanding warrants, political activists who complain about the system and inform others are on a list to be rounded up to face detention. That would mean me, and probably you too, if you are reading this.

[This] is what my now deceased friend told me about. America truly is under armed occupation. Our international corporate and banker owners call the shots. Is that okay with you? Silence signifies acceptance.


William Doriss by http://starkravingviking.blogspot.com/

 

Steven G. Erickson is a freelance cameraman, blogger, photographer, documentary producer, screenwriter, sometimes journalist, and can and will travel anywhere if the terms are right. His objective is to reform America's courts, creating a "People's (more...)
 
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