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POLICE NOT LEGALLY BOUND TO COME TO CITIZENS

1. "Public safety workers (police) have no legal obligation to render assistance to citizens in distress, according to numerous prior court rulings."

2. "An officer can witness a robbery or even a murder and turn his back without worrying about legal liability."

3. "The fundamental public policy behind this is that law enforcement can't be everywhere at all times."

These facts are in direct contradiction to the government propaganda that the purpose of the police is to "protect and serve" you. The only real protection a citizen has against crime is responsible gun ownership and a thorough knowledge of the law.