Friday, May 31, 2013

The Federal Reserve Has Its Own Goon Squad


The Chicago mobsters of the past wish they had the latest model submachine guns; assault rifles and body armor.

What is the Fed afraid of, that someone might break into one of their counterfeiting operations and do what? Steal some worthless Fed notes
Officers are certified to carry semi-automatic pistols, assault rifles, submachine guns, shotguns, less-lethal weapons, pepper spray, batons and other standard police equipment, including bullet resistant vests/body armor.

Each Federal Reserve Law Enforcement Office in the 12 regional districts are independent law enforcement units though governed loosely out of Washington. Many of the law enforcement units have dual City or State Police authority, in addition to their Federal authority. This separate authority allows for the enforcement of state and/or city laws on or off property.

Each district has a dignitary protection team, which provide armed plain clothes protection to the 12 Federal Reserve Presidents. There are five Special Response Teams (SRT) are based in San Francisco, Minneapolis, Atlanta, Richmond, and New York City and are designed to respond nationwide. Explosive Detector Dog Teams, Active Shooter/Patrol Rapid Response and Hazmat teams are assigned to several Federal Reserve facilities throughout the nation; and often travel to other locations on temporary assignments.
They also have their own emergency dispatch center? Sweet, that way, they don't have to wait to send out the heavily armed goon squads that are protecting the world's largest bunch of counterfeiters.

Thanks to their bitch, Barry Sotero, these thugs can now pack firepower when off duty. They must think the natives are getting restless, watching their life savings being inflated to the point of it being worthless, all to save those con artist, drug running Wall Street banks.
Section 364 of the Act, “Uniform Protection Authority for Federal Reserve,” reads: “Law enforcement officers designated or authorized by the Board or a reserve bank under paragraph (1) or (2) are authorized while on duty to carry firearms and make arrests without warrants for any offense against the United States committed in their presence…Such officers shall have access to law enforcement information that may be necessary for the protection of the property or personnel of the Board or a reserve bank.”
They don't need no stinkin' badges and they can arrest anyone, anywhere. Feel safer?

There are over 1,000 of these lethal weapons patrolling the various Feds, like well-trained dogs, out of 37 stations within 12 regional districts.

Wanna apply to be one of these pistol-packing thugs? Click here and you'll be on your way to an exciting career of protecting some of the sleaziest scum on the planet.

Good video of Federal Reserve cops trying to chase people off the sidewalk adjanct to a Fed building.


And more jack-booted thug nastiness.

Federal "Agent" (Security Guard) Harassment at Tucson Federal Building


Won't be long before they'll have their own fleet of drones.

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