Dec 022016
 December 2, 2016  Posted by  Surveillance

Joe Cadillic writes:

Police make “value judgments” about what a hate crime is

“This is a new world for law enforcement. We have people that monitor social media particularly in and around the things that we think may be related to hate crimes, and then we make value judgments based on the lawLos Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck said.

According to Merriam Webster Dictionary, a value judgment is a personal opinion about how good or bad someone or something is.” says, value judgments “reveal the values of the person making the assessment rather than the objective realities of what is being assessed.”he ‘war on drugs’ also use junk science to justify illegal spying. Unfortunately, ‘hate crimes’ are no different. Alleged ‘hate crimes’ are being used as an excuse to let police spy on us in shocking new ways.

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