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money changes people,often than not, for the worse
« on: July 28, 2021, 10:34:48 PM »
The ordinances led to a federal civil-rights lawsuit that was filed against the board and Sheriff LaRue on June 4. Allison Margolin, an attorney representing Hmong citizens in the case, called the ordinances “obvious de facto violations of civil rights.” But Ray A. Haupt, a Siskiyou Supervisor, told The Daily Beast the ordinances were not designed to target the Hmong people, and rather to “combat organized crime and criminal cartels operating in our county.”

He declined to speak further, citing litigation and “ongoing personal threats.”

Xiong, the Siskiyou resident, said the ordinances, the cartel labeling, and frequent enforcement actions by the Sheriff’s Office were just a way for the county to target the Hmong community with the goal of pushing them out.

“There are no facts stating that there is an Asian cartel or mafia out here,” he said. “To label a whole race a cartel or mafia is wrong,” he said.

He added that although there were growing operations in the Hmong community that may be operating outside of county or state rules—growing weed is legal in California, but local laws in Siskiyou County limit residents to growing 12 plants per household and do not allow plants to be grown for commercial use—he doesn’t understand why the Sheriff’s Office spends resources policing their small subdivision.

“The only people that have been targeted are Asians,” Xiong claimed.

The shooting of Hawj last month, he added, was a breaking point, leading to protests of 300 people, according to the Mount Shasta Herald, and demands from the community to be treated fairly. “The shooting is what draws the line,” he told The Daily Beast. “That’s where we say enough is enough.”

LaRue said he understood protests breaking out over Hawj’s death, but that the use of “charged words” to describe his agency’s interactions with the Hmong community in the past was disheartening. “Because it’s not real. It’s their perception of it, but it’s not the reality of what we’re trying to do,” he told The Daily Beast.

According to LaRue, his 40-member office serves about 150 search warrants for illegal growing operations in the county each year, and the majority of those warrants in recent years have been served in the small Hmong community. Not because of their race or ethnicity, he added, but because of the size and scale of their operations on the 20-square-mile plot of land—which he said far exceeded the number of plants citizens are allowed to grow on their property.

“If one of the main freeways where you live is having certain traffic issues, you focus on where the problem is,” he said. “Because of the size of this thing, and the illegal activity, that is why we primarily have to attack the criminal element of it.”

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While the sheriff conceded that “cartel” was “probably” not an accurate word to describe the immigrant community, he said they were “very organized” and that he believes they have systems to work together to keep their illegal cultivation of marijuana going, despite the search warrants and raids. The city ordinances, he continued, were designed not to cut off their drinking water, but to slow down the use of water for cultivation in a county that frequently experiences droughts.

For his part, Xiong, the area resident, said LaRue has frequently made these arguments to justify his actions in the county. “That’s what he always says,” he told The Daily Beast.

He argued that the alleged targeting of their community and the ordinances have only turned the county even more sharply against the Hmong people. Which is why he and others believe they need outside eyes to bring justice after Hawj’s killing.

“He’s always painted us as dangerous people,” Xiong said of the Sheriff. “That’s how others view us now.”

LaRue said he welcomed an outside investigation, even as the path to launching one was unclear.

“I personally don’t have anything against anybody,” Sheriff LaRue said. “Send all the people you want.”
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source: https://news.yahoo.com/inside-police-killing-rocking-cannabis-080505570.html?fr=sycsrp_catchall



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Re: money changes people,often than not, for the worse
« Reply #1 on: July 28, 2021, 10:41:09 PM »
Yea

Its always the money
He was trying to save his weed plant from the wildfire



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Re: money changes people,often than not, for the worse
« Reply #2 on: July 28, 2021, 10:51:32 PM »
did you even read the red parts...lols

it says it all...the Hmong reefer boys has zero chance of winning this war. it's so obvious and been obvious. i mean who in the heezy in their right mind would buy a 40-50k plot of land just to plant 12 plants of reefers for personal use...the Hmong are so naive to think people are really that stupid.

hate to say this, but sometimes sacrifices is needed...unfor tunately it took a Hmong brother to save the rest...we already know and saw what the Hmong Gang era did to our young kids....if this incident didn't happen, you can be sure eventually there will be Hmong organized crime for reals and that would wreak havoc in out communities and image.....

reefer boys and girls, it's time to move on...you will not get very far in that business anymore..go back and apply for a honest living wage and work hard, save hard..and invest hard...right rocky? ;D



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Re: money changes people,often than not, for the worse
« Reply #3 on: July 28, 2021, 10:56:17 PM »
did you even read the red parts...lols

it says it all...the Hmong reefer boys has zero chance of winning this war. it's so obvious and been obvious. i mean who in the heezy in their right mind would buy a 40-50k plot of land just to plant 12 plants of reefers for personal use...the Hmong are so naive to think people are really that stupid.

hate to say this, but sometimes sacrifices is needed...unfor tunately it took a Hmong brother to save the rest...we already know and saw what the Hmong Gang era did to our young kids....if this incident didn't happen, you can be sure eventually there will be Hmong organized crime for reals and that would wreak havoc in out communities and image.....

reefer boys and girls, it's time to move on...you will not get very far in that business anymore..go back and apply for a honest living wage and work hard, save hard..and invest hard...right rocky? ;D

Look man
I know and talk to people who come to California to do weed
I can tell you 100% legit stuff

They go live in these camp
Stay n work there

Exchange money at casino


WE ALL KNOW




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Re: money changes people,often than not, for the worse
« Reply #4 on: July 29, 2021, 05:10:14 PM »
It's funny how the Sheriff department don't actually abide their law either. When they say they don't condone killing but they already did the killing with their weapons drawn.  Much worse than the wild west era. :2funny: :idiot2:



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Re: money changes people,often than not, for the worse
« Reply #5 on: July 29, 2021, 06:02:59 PM »
well i can only imagine...if i was a poolee, of course i'm going to be a jackass poolee too..haha it's a very different world now and cops dpn't know who they stop or question is capable of. it's unfortunate but criminals has become sophisticated and highly intelligent with their tactics leaving popos no choice but to be the bigger **** just to go home safely in one peice. haha so if you get stopped by the poolee just take the heat, it's going to be a jackass cop 9.9 out of 10 times in today's society..lols

unfortunately some pooleece takes the "you got to be the bigger assh ole" to the point of no return..it's been a while i seen a grown man cry like a kid...

(not for the softhearted) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w7zvUygXpVY


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« Reply #6 on: July 31, 2021, 01:21:15 AM »
Why cops are out of shape in the video. Why they go in group to arrest one man? The answers to these questions should be: they don't wanna exam themselves but rather judge people to their liking. The laws that men created were not in the bible that they built this country. Just some made-up laws to find excuse to do crimes in private.  God is watching above and laughing at these hypocrites. :2funny:  :2funny:

Back in 2012, two police officers, a white guy and a Mexican dude, tried to rape one woman in Chico CA. They force her to enter their private SUV jeep. Good thing she broke free and ran around the back of building where the surveillance camera capture the footage.
She call the Federal agents and they caught the officers. The white officer snitch on his buddy and the Mexican officer gonna end up in prison. He cried like a kid and decided to committed suicide. What a wuss-bag to end his life and take it as a man. That ain't community service. More like some jackarses try hit on and run away untouchable.
I'm trying to find this clip on YT, but sh!et white people always delete great cups of tea and cover up their BS so other people from other countries don't want to know what's going on in America. So much for Make America Great Again.  :2funny: Faggot arse race.

Back in 2019, group of Sheriffs, some guys and one gal, pull over on the side of the road and have a chat with the black guy who was waiting for the bus. Few minutes later, a good old white Samaritan came along and take sense into these faggot arse cops aka "wanna-be heroes" that they shouldn't be arresting that black guy. So the Samaritan offer the black guy a ride to his destination. If it wasn't for the white Samaritan record with his phone and teach the Sheriffs a lesson about the law that they violated, the black guy will become a martyr to these pigs in uniforms.  :idiot2:



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« Reply #7 on: July 31, 2021, 11:54:08 AM »
the bible says when good men refuse to lead evil will infiltrate all things in life...haha



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Re: money changes people,often than not, for the worse
« Reply #8 on: August 01, 2021, 08:21:05 PM »
Duma's type of Hmong chicks...lols. ..

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LfLhDYd3H7I



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