Citizens Force Cop to Leave Restaurant

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Manuel Ramos, the police officer who beat Kelly Thomas to death, forced to leave bar.

This is how you do it. Every time you hear of a police officer who kills a man, shoots a dog or otherwise engages in corruption remember his or her face. Don’t forget their name, where they live or what they look like. If you see them in public, complain. If they enter your bar, force them to leave.

When officers in uniform sit down in your café for coffee an donuts tell them that they are not welcome. No uniforms. No murderers. No state enforcers.

You have the right to refuse service to these individuals. And you have the right to complain to employees, managers and attendants when you see them in public. Shame them from public life. Make it clear that you as individuals will not tolerate these people in your community.

Don’t call the police. Don’t talk to the police. Ostracize anyone involved with law enforcement in any way. Making these people social pariahs, excluding them from public life, is one of the most powerful actions that can be taken to send the message: we will not take this any more.

Cop Who Killed Kelly Thomas Seen in Restaurant, Americans Make Him Leave

Manuel Ramos, the cop seen on video beating Kelly Thomas to death, had to leave a place of business last weekend.

Nationwide outrage was sparked when Ramos and his partner Jay Cicinelli were found “not guilty” of murder, despite beating the mentally ill homeless man to death as he begged for his life.

The action has been met with strong support from thousands across the country.

As a documented murderer and coward, Ramos will certainly face this situation over and over again.

He will be forced to leave establishments, businesses will refuse him service and kick him out, and American citizens will shame him in public.

Many officers commit suicide due to intense stress levels.

“Domestic terrorist.” remarked one commenter.

Another commenter suggested “Maybe he’ll get jumped leaving a place like this someday.”

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