Friday, January 31, 2014

TSA Harasses Police Chief – Placed On Administrative Leave – Told To Disband Entire Police Department

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Police Chief Shane Harger of the Jemez Springs, NM Police Department was placed on administrative leave and ordered to disband his police department today.

Harger returned from the Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association Convention on Monday, January 27, 2014 with a sense of knowing that, he as well as 38 other peace officers, shared the commitment to uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States of America from enemies both foreign and domestic. He and the other 38 men and women signed the Resolution of the Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association (see below).

The following morning, Harger was informed by Sheriff Douglas C. Wood of Sandoval County, New Mexico, that Harger was to dismantle the Jamez Springs Police Department.

18 comments:

  1. Makes sense. As a police officer, he has no authority to support and defend the Constitution of the USA. His authority is strictly granted by the jurisdiction he serves and state law.

    --Hale

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    1. No American citizen needs to have authority for such as it is their natural right.

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    2. As a American it is our duty to uphold, defend our constitution against all enemies. LEO or not.

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    3. Yes and as I expected he was fired because of politics. Sheriff Mack is a gentleman and a scholar.

      http://oathkeepers.org/oath/2014/01/30/tsa-harasses-police-chief-%E2%80%93-placed-on-administrative-leave-%E2%80%93-told-to-disband-entire-police-department/
      Harger has received no reprimands, no correspondence of wrong doing, and nothing indicating that any of his actions were not in accordance with the law.

      Harger stated to me that his department was ordered by Sandoval County, NM, Sheriff Douglas C. Wood to disband because of Harger’s political affiliations, specifically the CSPOA headed by founder Sheriff Richard Mack.

      http://www.namsouth.com/viewtopic.php?t=3082&highlight=oathkeepers

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  2. I didn't even know Jemez Springs had a police dept. It's one of those places where, if you blink as you drive by, you'll miss it.

    However; it just goes to show where the sides are drawn for the coming troubles.

    I've said it before, and I'll say it again - It is good to know just where you stand. It is very liberating.

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    1. It is good to know just where you stand. It is very liberating.

      Yes, Sir.

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  3. http://www.kob.com/article/stories/s3305689.shtml#.Uuwor_swASl

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    1. Thanks and doesn't jibe with what he told Oathkeepers. Interesting.

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  4. His CSPOA association is not the problem or issue here. The man has two different identities. The TSA caught the two names. They were only doing their jobs. How do we not know that Mr. Harger / a.k.a. Hayes did not cop attitude or send up even more red flags? He has recently stated that the name change is because he was a first responder of an alleged homicide of a law enforcement officer’s wife. What people should be asking about is the criminal investigation in his previous employment, Guadalupe County SO, Santa Rosa , NM, that led to him changing his name. He did go to the Feds but only after violating civil rights himself. He has had other law enforcement employments which also did not end well including but not limited to Taos, NM where he cost taxpayers a lot of money for violating civil rights there also. I see a pattern. Oath Keepers can keep him though I would think they would screen for more integrity.

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    1. Thanks. Unfortunately we assume the worst these days about our former peace officers, but not without reason.

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    2. This is true. Too many of them are doing their own thing while the Chief plays politics, sticking his nose up some detached, unconcerned or just ignorant Mayor's ass.

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    3. Fortunately all those in Carteret and Edgecombe counties who I have had contact with have acted as gentlemen.

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  5. Let a Sheriff, or anyone, tell me to disband our PD and see what happens. We'd have a new Sheriff as soon as elections were held. PD would still be here. This just pisses me off. The Feds wouldn't be allowed inside the City Limits. Even though the State of Texas screwed up by recognizing them to be official LEO's a few years back. That law needs to be revisited and rescinded.

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    1. The town or the blog site?

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    2. The sheriff is the highest ranking official (law enforcement or otherwise)
      in any county. He can keep the feds out of your town but the chief of police can't.

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    3. The town or the blog site?

      :) Just being facetious. It's rite' down hear' in the Land of the Long Leaf Pine.

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