If you'd been following the news from California following Tuesday's Anaheim riots spurred by corrupt and illegal police brutality have now morphed into a military occupation by, ???, National Guard Troops in fake "police" uniforms.
The riots were eventually quelled, and a mother of one of the men shot to death by police called for an end to the violence. Peaceful protests around the city's police headquarters proceeded, but when a picket line along Harbor Blvd got too close to Disneyland, something unprecedented and unnerving happened: A military police force, stripped of names and badge numbers, wearing urban-camouflage utilities, and outfitted with a M-16's and grenade launchers, armored troop transports appeared out of nowhere. They then blockaded the world-famous Disney theme park.
Mainstream Media outlets, such as, the L.A. Times parroted the party line by inaccurately reporting that Anaheim riot police formed the blockade.
MILITARY forces, probably NATIONAL GUARD TROOPS are patrolling the city streets of Anaheim with heavy weapons. YouTube videos show heavily armored black vehicles, with, most likely, NATIONAL GUARD troops riding on outboard foot-rails, patrolling civilian communities, making arrests, and blockading public roads.
These "FAKE-POLICE" look like National Guardsmen, and some have been photographed with M-16's loaded with grenade launcher. Their VESTS are BLANK patches emblazoned with the generic word "POLICE" covering their OBVIOUSLY military flak jackets.
Make no mistake, this is a military occupation, and they are carrying out an urban combat scenario just like they have been training for in the Middle East.
All the cables stations in Anaheim are ignoring the obvious truth. Emmy-winning photographer and correspondent Amber Lyon captured images of a reporter who accompanied her having his press ID turned away by FAKE-Police who then asked for identification that would prove residency in the city.
The Posse Comitatus Act is the United States federal law (18 U.S.C. § 1385, original at 20 Stat. 152) that was passed on June 18, 1878, after the end of Reconstruction. Its intent (in concert with the Insurrection Act of 1807) was to limit the powers of local governments and law enforcement agencies FROM using federal military personnel to enforce the laws of the land