Ep 91: The Police State in Suburbia...

Listen to Show In Truther Talk Episode 91: The Police State in Suburbia, America! April and Virstyne talk to their friend Kimberly Dortch, the wife of an optometrist, a nurse, nutritional therapy practitioner and mother of two.  She tells her family’s story of an ongoing police harassment after their 12 year old son was arrested and charged for graffiti vandalism in Riverside County. Following the night their 12 year old son was arrested and interrogated without his parents or an attorney present, not surprisingly, he confessed.  He would go on to be harassed, traumatized and serve jail time, twice for the same crime. This law abiding, wholesome American family would find themselves in a nearly 2 year on-going legal battle, including an illegal arrest of the family’s patriarch, unwarranted searches of their home, seizure of their property, unfounded visits from CPS and a basic police state nightmare. The Dortch family is fighting injustices at all costs to expose corruption and tyranny of U.S. law enforcement in Riverside County. Although, it’s a great battle, one that has contributed to them losing their house and going into debt, they’ll speak about why this is important. If you would like to help the Dortch family with their legal fund, please donate. Donate to the Dortch Family Legal Defense Fund: david.dortch@gmail.com Or you can go to our website, where we have a donation link, as well as a comprised listing of some of their previous interviews on Red Ice Creations and Gnostic Media: http://truthertalk.com/?p=567 Until next time.. Peace, truth & love, Truther Talk: http://truthertalk.com/ Audio excerpt from this show is as follows: Danosongs – Sunsparks: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RGvI4L72r4A...

Autism, Vaccines, Love and the Police State Jun16

Autism, Vaccines, Love and the Police State...

Today I yelled at cop. I’ve never done this before, I was raised to respect and obey authority. If you get pulled over for speeding (which I did) you politely hand over your driver’s license, registration and proof of insurance and wait for them to either give you a break or ticket. But this cop did not want to give me a break and simultaneously I hit my breaking point. With both kids in tow I was running late to see one of my son’s therapists. I was nearly there but still about 10 minutes late, so picked I up the speed a bit to not lose too much time of the session, then I saw the cop car behind me. Shit!! I knew it, I blew it and here it was. I tried to slow down, change lanes and see if he’d let me go but he didn’t. I pulled over, did the routine and while he was taking his sweet time to review my information, my autistic son Aydan, started self stimming, banging the car seat, pulling off his seat belt, etc. I got out went around to the other side to put Aydan’s seat belt back on and in an instance as I saw the cop writing my ticket I felt a pang inside.. All way too much. I shouted out to him, “my son has autism; he has trouble waiting in the car when it is still and we’re late for therapy, couldn’t you let me go this one time?” Without even looking at me he brushed me off with his hand and said “back to your car.” That’s it!!! “I got out of my car because my son can’t sit still, as I told you, he’s getting out of...