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Thursday, August 8, 2013

OathKeepers



I admire civilian police officers when they take a stand and vow to never enforce any unconstitutional laws, like the ones who belong to OathKeepers. I also know the reality of what they face and understand why more of them don't take a public stand. Below is an example of what does happen even to town police chiefs
who have majority support in their communities. If we do have a SHTF event in America you are going to be praying that you have local officers who have the courage and devotion to our Constitution that Chief Kessler does on your local force. Unless you already have a private militia of 100 good men in your AO you are going to be SOL. Those of you agitating to have more police stand up and be fired from their jobs already know what I think of that.



"There is a problem with the police chief in the tiny coal town of Gilberton, Pa.
Police Chief Mark Kessler has been heading up the Gilberton Police Department for several years. To an outsider, his life as the face of law in a small town was about as uneventful as you would expect. That is, until last month. On July 15, Kessler received international attention by posting a YouTube video in which he slammed “libtards,” called John Kerry a traitor, bashed the U.N., and fired off dozens of rounds from an automatic rifle. A few days later, Kessler followed up on his first video by firing off more rounds of ammo in response to anyone who was offended by his first video.

But in Gilberton, Kessler is known for a lot more than YouTube videos. In addition to being the town’s police chief, Kessler is the head of the Constitution Security Force (CSF), a 100-man militia that vows to protect gun rights in the small town. For years, residents of Gilberton have been uncomfortable with Kessler’s antics. Some even feared that he could begin using his militia to police the town. After Kessler’s videos were posted, residents of the town finally had something they could use against him in an attempt to remove him from his post as police chief. A town meeting was called, during which Kessler was suspended for using borough property for personal use. The town council ruled that Kessler used police department guns without permission."


Gilberton, Pa., Police Chief Kessler Blocks Town Meeting With Armed Militia

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