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X-Narcotics Cop plans video showing how to fool drug offi

Post#1 » Tue Dec 26, 2006 3:29 pm

I love it when a child of the Dark, turns to the light to help others fight against the tyranny trying to devour all of us, into their NWO-Borg. THe prison-Military Industrial Complex is one of many ways to become attached to the BORG.

http://www.dfw.com/mld/startelegram/new ... 294223.htm

Associated Press
TYLER, Texas - A one-time Texas drug agent described by a former boss
perhaps the best narcotics officer in the country plans to begin
a video that shows people how to conceal their drugs and fool police.

Barry Cooper, who once worked for police departments in Gladewater and
Big Sandy and the Permian Basin Drug Task Force, plans to launch a Web
site next week where he will sell his video, "Never Get Busted Again,"
the Tyler Morning Telegraph reported in its online edition Thursday.

A promotional video says Cooper will show viewers how to "conceal their
stash," "avoid narcotics profiling" and "fool canines every time."

Cooper, who said he favors the legalization of marijuana, made the
in part because he believes the nation's fight against drugs is a waste
of resources. Busting marijuana users fills up prisons with nonviolent
offenders, he said.

"My main motivation in all of this is to teach Americans their civil
liberties and what drives me in this is injustice and unfairness in our
system," Cooper told the newspaper.

Cooper said his Web site should be operating by Tuesday, and he plans
publicize the video in a full-page advertisement in a national

As a drug officer, Cooper said, he made more than 800 drug arrests and
seized more than 50 vehicles and $500,000 in cash and assets.

"He was even better than he says he was," said Tom Finley, Cooper's
former boss on a West Texas drug task force and now a private
investigator in Midland. "He was probably the best narcotics officer in
the state and maybe the country during his time with the task force."

News of the video has angered authorities, including Richard Sanders,
agent with the Tyler Drug Enforcement Agency. Sanders said he plans to
investigate whether the video violates any laws.

"It outrages me personally as I'm sure it does any officer that has
sworn an oath to uphold the laws of this state, and nation," Sanders
said. "It is clear that his whole deal is to make money and he has
some sort of scheme, but for him to go to the dark side and do this is

Smith County Deputy Constable Mark Waters, a narcotics officer, said
video is insulting to law enforcement officials, especially when it was
made by an ex-police officer.

"It's an embarrassment to all law enforcement officers across the
United States, who put their life on the line everyday," Waters said. "This is
a slap in the face to all that we do to uphold the laws and keep the
public safe."

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