Friday, January 3, 2014

Do Parolees Have Self-Defense Rights?

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled cops have NO DUTY to protect citizens ~Not many people have experienced calling 911 for police help that never arrived, but it happened to me. In fact, police have no constitutional responsibility to protect citizens at all. People think that if they experience difficulty in their homes, all they need to do is call police. Most people do not know police have no duty to respond. That leaves homes where felons live particularly vulnerable to robbers, rapists, and other intruders. Households that have no guns are defenseless since police do not have to protect and serve citizens although we pay their salaries. Their sworn duty is to keep the peace. Years ago, the system upgraded many misdemeanor offenses to felonies. I feel this was done in part to deprive certain Americans of voting rights and gun ownership. What do you think about that? Read about the court rulings that allow police to ignore our calls for help and stories about some of the people police abandoned at
Let's discuss it at 9pm Monday, January 6, 2014, on the "Human Rights for Prisoners March" on Blogtalkradio. Join us at - Call-in at (818)572.2947 before 9:30 p.m. Pacific to speak on the broadcast. If you miss the live broadcast, please listen to the archived tape at Blogtalkradio, and share the url with your friends and online groups.

Who is accountable to protect homes where felons live who have no right to own guns? I believe that self-defense is a human right, and this topic is worthy of discussion. Join us to give your opinion on the radio, or enter a comment below at this article. You can always try to call or email me using the contact information below. If I am allowed to receive your voice mail or email, I promise to respond within 48 hours.

MaryLovesJustice Neal

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