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Feds have authorized themselves, or their designated mercenaries, to invade your state and into your home.

image001-792405The U.S. military has long been banned from performing police functions within the United States.

But a new Department of Defense publication says there are exceptions to the Posse Comitatus Act (PCA) of 1878, which drew the line at the armed forces performing civilian law enforcement activities, like arresting people, spying on them, and searching their homes.

The publication states that there “are several forms of direct assistance to civilian law enforcement by military personnel that are permitted under the Military Purpose Doctrine. The Military Purpose Doctrine provides that law enforcement actions that are performed primarily for a military purpose, even when incidentally assisting civil authorities, will not violate the PCA.”

Read more at the Charleston Voice



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