Brian Burkhardt: Cops Kill Someone Every 7.5 Hours In This Country (VIDEO)

Brian Burkhardt: Cops Kill Someone Every 7.5 Hours In This Country (VIDEO) | police-deaths-450x3001 | Multimedia Tyranny & Police State US News

I asked the FBI for the addresses for all the State and Local law enforcement agencies that contribute to the Uniform Crime Report and instead of just answering my request they lied to me a bunch of times.– D. Brian Burkhardt, Shadow of Truth

The incidents to Ferguson, Missouri and Baltimore, Maryland have significantly elevated the awareness of police brutality in the United States. We should be especially concerned about unchecked police violence inflicted on citizens now that nationwide the local police departments are being converted into quasi-military forces. Many of these police departments are better armed with sophisticated military equipment than some entire countries. Miranda Rights per the Constitution seem to have been discarded along with each of the other Bill of Rights (1st ten Constitutional Amendments)

The nation’s leading law enforcement agency [FBI] collects vast amounts of information on crime nationwide, but missing from this clearinghouse are statistics on where, how often, and under what circumstances police use deadly force. In fact, no one anywhere comprehensively tracks the most significant act police can do in the line of duty: take a life. – Brian Burkhardt,

Brian is the editor of the Reno News & Review and decided to assemble a comprehensive national database of people who are killed through interactions with police started with a simple question: “How often does that happen?” As it turns out, what he thought was 2-3 police-related murders per day, in some cases, is as high as 5-6. The national average now is roughly one person killed by cop every 7.5 hours.

Furthermore, the racial bias is not clear. The deadliest jurisdictions in this order are: 1) New Mexico 2) Washington DC 3) Arizona 4) Nevada 5) Oklahoma.

You can hear about Brian’s project and the stonewalling he’s encountered in attempting to assemble a comprehensive database of cop-related killings in this country:

Freedom of Information Act (FOIA): Request Denied

While it’s very refreshing to hear from someone who is energetically trying to make a positive difference in our system by trying to get the truth out about police brutality – specifically cop-related murders. However, after a decade and a half of observing, research and living in a country in which the Government has become increasingly less willing to let the public see what is going on; one in which the political system is sliding into compelete totalitarian control, both Rory and I have a fundamental disagreement with Brian’s assessment about whether or not the Government, FBI and local police departments are withholding cop-killing information from the public.

Brian’s altruism and his default position of giving the Government the benefit of the doubt is quite admirable. However, by Brian’s own admission, the exceptions of the Freedom of Information Act essentially give the Government the ability to deny any information request. If you read through the exeptions as listed on Brian’s website, you’ll see that the exceptions synthesize down to a boilerplate rubber stamp “Request Denied.”

Essentially if the Goverment decides they don’t want to honor your FOIA, they’re not going to – Shadow of Truth

Rory Hall has been a daily contributor at for more than two years. He has written several original articles and interviewed some of the top precious metals professionals in the industry, as well as top preparedness specialists in the world. His YouTube Channel, The Daily Coin, was launched in February 2014 and his website was launched April 25, 2014. QUOTE: “As a student of monetary, financial and economic history for the past five years it has taught me to watch the markets with an open mind and a hand on my wallet.”

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Rory Hall, Editor-in-Chief, The Daily Coin, has studied the precious metals market, economic and monetary policies as well as geopolitical events since 1987. I have written well over 700 articles and produced more than 200 videos. Beginning in 2014 The Daily Coin became his latest incarnation. Prior to launching his own website and YouTube channel, Rory began working with in 2012 and still contributes to their website daily. The YouTube Channel, The Daily Coin, was launched in February 2014 and website was launched April 2014. Rory’s original articles have been published by such notable websites as Zerohedge, SHTFPlan, Sprott Money, GoldSilver and The Sleuth Journal just to name a few. He has interviewed some of the top professionals, in their field, from around the world, including Dr. Paul Craig Roberts, Dr. Marc Faber, Eric Sprott, Gerald Celente and Peter Schiff, to name but a few. The Daily Coin is enjoying global growth for both original works and delivering some of the best economic, precious metals, geopolitical and preparedness news from around the world.

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