I respect the LE community. People who initiate violence towards police officers should be prosecuted to the fullest extent.

Every so often, a massive manhunt is launched to track down an individual or small group of people who have committed violent felony crimes involving police officers or others:

In Pennsylvania woods, Eric Frein eludes a massive manhunt


Escaped Killers Continue to Elude Massive Manhunt


Massive manhunt after ranger slain at Rainier


Massive manhunt after Illinois officer’s death; 3 suspects at large


Massive manhunt on for ex-LAPD officer


41-year-old Peter Keller–

‘Camp Keller’ man who killed family tried to justify crime in video

Victims shot to death prior to North Bend house fire

“After working for hours in the rugged terrain, West said some crew members needed IV infusions for exhaustion.”

“Four officers were taken to the hospital for exhaustion and dehydration overnight after navigating the rugged terrain around the bunker.”


War on Terror-

Seems like the badass terrorists we are supposed to stay scared of could do their thing in 6 or 8 states at the same time- and they would tie up thousands of law enforcement personnel if they then fled into the woods.

In the War on Terror we are told that the good guys are able to stop the bad guys in the early stages of planning:

U.S. law enforcement thwarted plots timed to July 4

If the good guys can tell what the bad guys will do before they do it- surely, these powerful crime fighting tools will be used to shut down gang and cartel activity, heroin trafficking, bank robberies, child abduction, etc.

Why would there be any need for massive manhunts if the bad guys could be stopped before they act on their violent plans?

More here:

Real World of Crime vs. The War on Terror



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