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walmart and homeland security encourage SNITCHING..

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Re: walmart and homeland security incourage SNITCHING..

 

Encourage.

 

 

it's so funny to me when people think the powers that be have no jurisdiction on private property

as though if you beat someone's ass to death on private property you can't be arrested

or you burn your own house down and it's ok, because it was private property

 

srsly fuck walmart

but we needed homeland security to tell us that?

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wtf does walmart have to do with anything so oh crime only happens around walmart? fucking retarded... way to be a super power and close down every company around you an now ur a fucking police station or security headquarters for homeland? nonsense

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its illegal and unethical for government agencies to work together with private companies especially in matters of security. think about it.

 

The second youtube video explains it better.

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Gee...where are all the Wal Mart Cheerleaders now?

 

If a company is so benefited from Free Trade with Communist China....it is only a matter of time they start acting like the Communist Chinese.

 

Fortunately it looks like the Wal Mart-NaziPolitano scheme is falling apart. Just wonder which Globalist Multi-National chain replaces Wal Mart in this scheme

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Gee...where are all the Wal Mart Cheerleaders now?

 

If a company is so benefited from Free Trade with Communist China....it is only a matter of time they start acting like the Communist Chinese.

 

Fortunately it looks like the Wal Mart-NaziPolitano scheme is falling apart. Just wonder which Globalist Multi-National chain replaces Wal Mart in this scheme

 

a matter of time?

walmart already treats its employees like slaves. 60+ hours a week and still considered part time labor, so no benefits and no over time.

 

never catch me in a walmart, its one of the few things im adamant about

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^pharcyde is so funny

 

its illegal and unethical for government agencies to work together with private companies especially in matters of security. think about it.

 

The second youtube video explains it better.

 

 

have you ever seen 'off duty cop' security guards?

regardless of the ethics, it happens all the time and is not illegal

 

'off duty cop security service'

google search: About 165,000 results

 

i'll only bother with the top three:

http://www.shelbynet.com/copsecurityllc/

C.O.P.S. IS A LICENSED, BONDED, AND INSURED

"FULL SERVICE" SECURITY COMPANY IN THE METRO MEMPHIS, TN AREA. IT IS OWNED AND OPERATED BY AN OFF-DUTY LAW ENFORCEMENT PROFESSIONAL WITH OVER 17 YEARS EXPERIENCE. C.O.P.S. EMPLOYS ONLY FULL TIME OFF-DUTY LAW ENFORCEMENT PERSONNEL -- SO YOU GET THE ABSOLUTE BEST OFFICER MONEY CAN PROVIDE.

 

http://offdutyservices.com/about-us/

We are Off Duty Services

 

“As a former police officer who worked off duty for commercial customers and as a corporate security executive who managed a police officer program, I fully understand the keys to success as well as the pitfalls of off duty police work and employing active duty law enforcement officers.

 

It’s much more than hiring an off duty cop. It takes diligent vetting, scheduling, payroll, and the right insurance coverage. It takes a level of customer service that doesn’t exist with security guard companies who infrequently hire off duty police. It takes a company who specializes in law enforcement and understands the complexity of providing active duty police officers to clients.

 

Off Duty Services was founded with customer service, prompt response and 24/7 accessibility as part of our core business. We serve that unique connection where law enforcement meets customer service.”

 

http://www.blueguardsecurity.com/

Blueguard Security provides on-site security personnel throughout the Baltimore, Maryland region.

 

Our services are customized to fit your property, your operation, your goals, your risk, and your budget. Our flexibility offers a wide range of options including Off-Duty Police Officers, Certified Security Guards, and Combined Teams.

 

 

seriously, YOU think about it

cops do whatever the fuck they want.

an off-duty cop shot and killed a dog in a dog park about a year ago

he got 1 year probation.

 

 

 

as for evil wal mart

my man and i really try to never ever shop there

we do slip up once in a while.

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an OFF DUTY cop can do what he wants in his OFF time.

 

 

including working for a private security force.

they just cant use police equipment, guns, bullets, ect.

 

what you posted above would, can and ONLY apply for hourly off duty cops.

NOT salary based professions of law enforcement.

 

 

THE DIF IS..

 

ON DUTY homeland security WORKING TOGETHER with walmart(private sector)..

 

 

 

majorly majorly wrong and ILLEGAL.

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^^^those off duty cops totally use their on-duty equipment'

they use cruisers, they take them home, they use their guns

i see it all the time.

as i stated, that off duty cop shot that dog with his service weapon.

 

and i'll reiterate, they don't care about what is or what is not legal.

 

s'ok, just try to find someone with any power who will get outraged about this.

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an OFF DUTY cop can do what he wants in his OFF time.

 

 

including working for a private security force.

they just cant use police equipment, guns, bullets, ect.

 

what you posted above would, can and ONLY apply for hourly off duty cops.

NOT salary based professions of law enforcement.

 

 

THE DIF IS..

 

ON DUTY homeland security WORKING TOGETHER with walmart(private sector)..

 

 

 

majorly majorly wrong and ILLEGAL.

 

 

you know a little too much about this my friend...or should I say, enemy?

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