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Chief Noetall  
Wise, Texas  
July 22, 2013 5:15am
 
The constant clamoring for more law enforcement personnel
present a clear danger to our nation. The installment of
thousands of swat teams with their rambo attitudes have
no place in America. A large portion of adverse reactions
on the part of citizens are caused by over zealous police. Our nation is essentially under martial law.
The sheriff of Aransas county on the coast of Texas
in the 60's and 70's never carried a gun. I can assure
you that he was a lot more effective than the ROBO cops
of today. In addition, this advertised version of super
cops attract the wrong kind of applicants for law
enforcement jobs.
Maybe Wilson county is lucky to have the type of
force that we have.
     
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