Militarizing Police: Congressmen Cite "I.E.D. Threat" As Reason To Scrap Posse Comitatus; And Aurora

Follow up on: CFR, U.S. Army Chief Of Staff Propose Using Military For "Domestic Police Missions" - aka Martial Law 6-11-12 "(THE NEW AMERICAN) The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) proposes that the U.S. Army be used to plan, command, and carry out (with the help of civilian law enforcement) domestic police missions...Where appropriate we will also dedicate active-duty forces, especially those with niche skills and equipment, to provide civilian officials with a robust set of reliable and rapid response options"
U.S. facing growing threat of domestic IEDs

“The accused shooter in the Aurora, Colo., movie theater massacre, James Holmes, allegedly deployed IEDs in his apartment, prompting federal law enforcement agencies to look into possible links to domestic or foreign-based terrorism.

The domestic IED threat from both homegrown terrorists and global threat networks is real and presents a significant security challenge for the United States and our international partners,” Army Lt. Gen. Michael Barbero, director of the Pentagon’s so-called Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization, warned Congress in classified testimony in mid-July.

The growing concern is prompting urgent cooperation
between U.S. military experts who are familiar with the devices and civilian law enforcement officers who are not.

But legal restrictions on the activities of U.S. armed forces are slowing crucial collaboration, insiders complain. Federal laws dating back to the Posse Comitatus Act of 1878 limit the use of U.S. armed forces in domestic law enforcement and training — impediments some members of Congress are pressing to change.

Deeper cooperation is absolutely essential,” insists McCaul, a former deputy state attorney general and a lawmaker working to eliminate bureaucratic obstacles. “I think military and government lawyers are being a too cautious. We want to fix that.”

re: 'legal restrictions...slowing crucial collaboration

Interesting that immediately after the 'Colorado incident' the calls for increased security measures came from every quarter. Much of the debate centered around gun laws, but not entirely. A few voices were heard 'explaining' why gun control alone would not be sufficient to 'safeguard the homeland' against these types of events, because of, as they were quick to point out, the simple fact that as much or more damage could easily be inflicted without the use of any guns but by explosive devices. And no sooner than the words were spoken did it turn out that the alleged perpertrator of the Aurora incident, the guy portraying 'the Joker', had a few of these explosive devices in his apartment, we are told.

And as it just so happens to turn out, the timing is advantageous for the military and government lawyers and congressman who are now making a case as to why the Posse Comitatus Act of 1878 which prohibits the domestic use of the miltary should essentially be done away with. This "growing concern" of IED's is now being touted as "urgent" and the solution is of course "deeper cooperation" between military and civilian law enforcement.

Posse Comitatus is still in the way, today...but they intend to "fix that". Militarizing the police in the USA. Can't have global dictatorship without it. Rev. 18:4
compare: Global Martial Law Has Begun: U.S. Marines Launch First Ever Global "Law Enforcement" Squads 7-23-12
Calls For Increased Security Immediately Follow Colorado Tragedy - Expert: "Expect To See Changes" 7-20-12

also: NWO And 'Normalizing' Suicide-Bombers In The USA: 2-17-12 U.S. Capitol Plot
'Even so, come Lord Jesus' Rev. 2:20

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