Cops Train to Kill People at Traffic Stops
Cold weather training designed to improve shooting skills in sub-freezing temperatures
Paul Joseph Watson
December 11, 2013
Medford Police are training to kill Americans at traffic stops as part of cold weather training designed to improve their shooting response time in freezing temperatures.
The training scenarios, which are based on “real life events,” according to a report by KDRV, show police entering buildings and approaching vehicles with guns drawn in order to improve their range of motion and speed when using a firearm in sub-freezing winter conditions.
“Both building and traffic stop scenarios were among the exercises and officers said the training gives them valuable experience,” according to the report.
The footage shows officers aiming for the head of the cardboard target.
At a time when police departments across the country are becoming increasingly militarized thanks to generous grants from the Department of Homeland Security, the notion of cops training to fire on Americans at routine traffic stops is extremely disconcerting.
While everyone expects police officers to perform target practice as a standard aspect of their job, the particular focus on outdoor scenarios and specifically traffic stops is sure to bolster the view that police are no longer being trained to protect and serve, but rather to engage a hostile enemy as if on a battlefield.