WATCH: Video Reveals Looters in Baltimore Were Law Enforcement Officers

2015/05/14

BALTIMORE —  A raw video has confirmed that officers, dressed as ordinary citizens, were actually looting in Baltimore.

After the State-controlled media spent countless hours drumming into our heads that we needed officers to protect us from looters, they evidently forgot to tell us that officers themselves were looting.

So far two officers have been confirmed to be involved as video footage continues to go viral, both confirmed corrections officers.

Footage shows the officers literally looting a 711 convenience store and running out with what appears to be handfuls of candy, soda, and other junk food.

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The media played this up as if society itself was on the brink of destruction — many blamed “thugs.”

If by “thugs” they meant “law enforcement,” they would be correct in this particular case.

It begs the question, how many more officers were out there looting and purposely trying to create a crime spree in order to justify a militarized police presence?

Officer Tamika Cobb and Officer Kendra Richard were processed on Wednesday with theft and burglary after the footage of them looting surfaced online.

The video shows the officers leaving the 711 at about 10 seconds into the footage.

Officer Richard was wearing yellow shows and black pants, and is seen carrying what appear to be slim jims and soft drinks.

She was seen covering her face as if to prevent exposure.

Officer Cobb, the larger officer, was seen holding the door open to facilitate the looting, and she herself appeared to be holding a stolen bag of potato chips, according to reports.

Both were employed as corrections officers and have been placed on “administrative leave.”

Had it not been for this video being shared, the officers would have probably never been caught.

The reality of the situation is that it is often cops themselves that cause chaos and looting.

For example, during the revolution in Egypt, hundreds of officers took to the streets in plain clothes and engaged in vandalism, theft, and even murder, in order to create a fake crime wave.

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This fake crime wave was, in turn, used by the Egyptian media to instill fear into the population, and thus the police were able to justify a larger presence, bringing home big paychecks.

The actual protesters in Egypt specifically targeted State facilities and shut them down, while the police were the ones destroying and looting small mom-and-pop shops.

The situation in Baltimore bears some striking similarities, albeit on a smaller scale.

Only two have been found looting so far, but some suspect there are far more whom we’ll never hear about.

Keep this in mind the next time social unrest occurs in response to police brutality. If somebody poses as a “protester” and encourages you to shut down local businesses which had nothing to do with the brutality, immediately ask them for their name and badge number.

Watch the video below of two officers looting a 711, a story which was then used by the media to convince us that we need officers to protect us from looters.

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Filming Cops was started in 2010 as a conglomerative blogging service documenting police abuse. The aim isn’t to demonize the natural concept of security provision as such, but to highlight specific cases of State-monopolized police brutality that are otherwise ignored by traditional media outlets.

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