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PostSubject: Heroes Behind The Badge - A Tribute to Fallen Officers (Movie Trailer)   Sun Sep 09, 2012 6:48 pm



Heroes Behind The Badge is a new documentary film honoring the brave men and women of Law Enforcement. You can help support these heroes and this film project by clicking 'like' on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/heroesbehindthebadge and by following us on Twitter at https://twitter.com/#!/heroesbtb. If you'd like to be put on the pre-order list for the film, please visit the NLEOMF page: http://www.nleomf.org/officers/heroes-behind-the-badge/ Thank You!

A documentary film featuring some of the brave men and women of law enforcement who put their lives on the line and survived, and those who made the ultimate sacrifice. This inspiring documentary will change the way we look at the men and women of law enforcement and highlight the unselfish acts of bravery they commit each day in the line of duty.

50% of all proceeds from the film will go to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund.

To be released fall 2012.

http://www.heroesbehindthebadge.com

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PostSubject: Re: Heroes Behind The Badge - A Tribute to Fallen Officers (Movie Trailer)   Mon Sep 17, 2012 12:32 am

While this pulls at the heartrstrings of most, I have to pause and remember that the police are really not there to protect us but to hopefully solve the crime that led to our demise. BP, I support good cops all over but I no longer beieve that there are that many around anymore. These are the men that have come for our rights and will come for our guns someday. It makes me sick to realize this but it is true. I do and will support the boys in blue until they finally make it clear to me that they are not really on my or your side. I do not hate them. I just DO NOT trust them. I wish that I could......
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PostSubject: Re: Heroes Behind The Badge - A Tribute to Fallen Officers (Movie Trailer)   Mon Sep 17, 2012 3:10 am

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While this pulls at the heartrstrings of most, I have to pause and remember that the police are really not there to protect us but to hopefully solve the crime that led to our demise. BP, I support good cops all over but I no longer beieve that there are that many around anymore. These are the men that have come for our rights and will come for our guns someday. It makes me sick to realize this but it is true. I do and will support the boys in blue until they finally make it clear to me that they are not really on my or your side. I do not hate them. I just DO NOT trust them. I wish that I could......

I hear you heracat, and I'll be honest with you, outside of this county I don't trust police officers either. I think that what exemplifies the reason I don't trust them the most is the fact that the courts have ruled that an officer is allowed to lie to you in order to try and get you to make an incriminating statement. "WHAT?" That's what I said too. I remember when I was a child we were taught to look up to police officers because they were men of integrity, men who could be trusted, but now it's standard practice for them to LIE to us during the course of their investigation? I'm sorry, but that's just plain wrong.

The only reason I trust my local LEOs is because I've gotten to know quite a few of them. I talked to the officers that locked me up after my initial arrest of course, and during the contacts they initiated in the weeks after; but I also actively continued to engage individual officers and deputies on my own, seeking THEM out, talking with them whenever I found them parked along the beach or in a parking lot doing paperwork, at restaurants and bars, or other settings. In fact, I'm sure that I have been the one to initiate contact more often, probably by twice as many times.

With the exception of ONE State Trooper, I would let any one of the men I've spoken with so far watch my six. IDK if it's just dumb luck or what, but almost all of the men and women I have spoke to are Christians, and more than a few of them are "aware" if you know what I mean. I'm certain, for a number of reasons but my interactions with local LEOs most pointedly, that God led me here to do exactly what I'm doing, and that He has put these men and women here as well to protect me as I go about my work.

I'm going to be uploading the Season Two Finale tomorrow, and when you watch it you will see why I'm going to be needing their protection. I have video evidence, from two different sources other than myself, of some shocking developments in the explosion story that are truly "out of this world." This isn't unsubstantiated innuendo and educated guess work, but true evidence that you can see for yourself.

Then I'm going after them HARD for what they are doing in Syria, and the False Flag attack on our embassies that ended in the rape and murder of our ambassador. I'm not waiting for months between seasons like most shows, I'm going straight into Season Three in just a couple of days. I'm thinking of doing without so many graphics so that I can get out three or more episodes a week. Things are just moving so fast that I can't spend 60-70 hours editing a 45 minute show each week. By the time I'm done with it, the news will be stale.

And really hera, we don't have much time left. When I first conceived the show, I wanted it to look every bit as good as an over-the-air news broadcast, local if not network, and I think that I've done that; but it comes at a huge cost in time and effort, especially with the computer I work with now. When I was shooting in 480p it handled the load just fine, but now that I've gone to 720p it is really struggling. I've tried editing 1080p, but my CPU just won't handle it at all. A new Mac with Final Cut is what I want for Christmas, or someone who has a beast of a machine who will edit the show for me so that I can concentrate on the reporting.

But instead of being worried about what I want for Christmas, I'm REALLY worried that there won't be a Christmas. I believe with every fiber of my being that the war about to erupt in the Middle East is the Gog/Magog War prophesied in Ezekiel 38-39. As a result of this war, the entire world will suffer on a scale that hasn't been seen since WWII, and the US will not escape that suffering. So I'm thinking that I can trade graphics for getting more info out to the masses. What do you think?

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PostSubject: Re: Heroes Behind The Badge - A Tribute to Fallen Officers (Movie Trailer)   Mon Sep 17, 2012 7:31 pm

I have to unfortunately agree with you about a war comming. I would also choose information over graphics any day.
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