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Subject Police in Minneapolis Experiment on People, Burn Down Church When Scandal Breaks
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Original Message As a part of a police (DRE) training program in the State of Minnesota, people through May, 2012 were being experimented on and observed while being given drugs by police drug-pushers.

Watch this YouTube video: [link to youtu.be]

Following the public YouTube release and resulting media exposure, the police were confirmed to be doing exactly what people suspected, and the program was supposedly shut down.

While this program had a higher-up "conspiracy" written all over it, individual police officers instead ended up taking the blame (the fall) and were suspended pending investigation. The situation continues to this day, whilst also being quietly swept under the rug as much as possible.

Article: Drug Training Cop Could Face Charges [link to www.startribune.com]

The events in question were two months ago, however. It's old news. The real news is what never ended up in the media. Shortly after the officers were suspended and investigated, a church burned down in South Minneapolis. This was not just any church, however.

Walker United Methodist Church in South Minneapolis burned to the ground while housing the offices of two organizations responsible for exposing the abuses of the police: Citizens Against Police Brutality and the Minneapolis/St. Paul chapter of Occupy Wall Street.

Walker Community United Methodist Church Destroyed by Fire: [link to minnesota.publicradio.org]

[link to www.startribune.com]

The television media reported the church burned down due to lightning. I was in the city at the time; the storm was mostly over when they reported the fire broke out.

A friend of mine went to gawk at the blaze and talked to neighbors of the church who said they thought they saw a big flash, but never heard any thunder. In fact, there was NO thunder. If they never heard thunder, where was the lightening?

Neighbors also reported seeing two men walk out of the church and enter a pickup truck just minutes before the blaze took over. The local city newspaper briefly reported these odd eyewitness reports, as well. No other media source reported this, and claimed unquestioningly that the fire was a result of the supposed lightning.

The next morning, before any investigation of potential arson could be done, the fire department demolished the remaining structure claiming it was unsafe to leave standing. (This may have been true.)


There is no proof, but I believe disgruntled police in Minnesota conspired to burn down this church housing their political opponents to send them a message.

Don't f%$# with the police.
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