Does law enforcement have a duty to protect the citizens?

LFC Comments by Brian Massie:
We provide a platform to citizens that believe that they do not have a voice in our system.

Katherine Hine responded to our article about the lack of protection by the Mentor Police Department, Mentor and MOL Prosecutors, and the Lake County Prosecutor dealing with pandering obscenity to minors in Lake County Schools.

I’m starting to believe that we are “living in the matrix”, and most of us have a false sense of security in those elected to represent and protect us.


By Katherine Hine / June 14, 2023

Keep in mind, folks, that neither the so-called police department nor the so-called sheriff’s department have ANY duty to protect or serve the people. . In Warren v. District of Columbia, 444 A.2d 1 (D.C. Ct. of App. 1981), three women were being held hostage by two men and had twice managed to telephone police and request their help. The police never came, and the three women were beaten, robbed, and raped during the following 14 hours. The DC “Court” found no liability by the cops.

Why else do you think that YEARS AGO cops began to remove the “protect and serve” logo on the sides of their cruisers?In the Warren case, the women sued the police, but the appellate “court” held that the “fundamental principle of American law is that a government and its agents are under no general duty to provide public services, such as police protection, to any individual citizen.” The women had argued that, since they had twice-alerted police to the crimes being committed, the police had a duty to protect them. But the court ruled in favor of the police, following the “well-established rule that official police personnel and the government employing them are not generally liable to victims of criminal acts for failure to provide adequate police protection.”

It’s the same story with CPS. Children’s Services likewise has ZERO duty to protect children, even from being foreseeably murdered, as decided by the so-called US SUPREME COURT in De Shaney v. Winnebago County, 489 U.S. 189 (1989).

Do you really think they will investigate themselves and find they did anything wrong? There is a MUCH better and more effective way to address the criminal and tortious acts of these men in their costumes sporting shiny badges than to file a “complaint” with their buddies.

Check out how the people can use the common law three-notice process, which we at the Ohio Circuit Court of Record recognize. www, I will tell you, they will NOT. The ONLY honest investigation of any corporate wrongdoing is going to have to be done by a people’s common law grand jury, as we had in the early days of the country, NOT the corporate grand juries that the cabal legal system has now. We at the Ohio Circuit Court of Record have been trying to interest Ohioans in helping us continue our work by volunteering to be on our court and grand jury, but people are so frightened they would rather keep putting up with the intolerable than to do anything effective. If anyone is interested in being part of what we are doing, please let me know. Katherine Hine 614-633-0215


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