WATCH: 2 Different Cops Drive By an Armed Robbery in Progress & Completely Ignore It
With cops like these, who needs criminals.
Sacramento, CA — In a glaring example of the woeful incompetence of America’s monopoly on security, a family-owned clothing boutique in North Sacramento was left to the mercy of brazen thieves last Wednesday. The damning evidence of the police department’s failure was all captured in detail on the store’s multiple surveillance cameras, showcasing the grim reality of a society in which those entrusted to protect are instead conspicuous by their absence.
Universal Clothing Boutique, the life’s work of Contreina and Frederick Adams, found itself the target of two audacious thieves. The culprits nonchalantly shattered the front window with a cart before embarking on a casual spree of theft, making off with an estimated $30,000 worth of merchandise. The couple is now reeling from the sheer audacity of the act and is in shock over the extent of the damage as well as the failure of the security force they are compelled by law to fund.
Seemingly predicting the lack of police response, the suspects returned to the scene just two hours later, this time brandishing a gun and threatening Contreina. The crime took on a painfully personal dimension for the couple, according to KCRA, who have been pillars of their community, often offering free meals and clothing to local families in need.
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“It’s just unfair,” Frederick said, his words echoing the frustration of countless others who have found themselves let down by a system that seems incapable of providing protection when it matters most.
Their surveillance footage, intended as a security measure, instead served as a testament to the disheartening indifference of the Sacramento Police Department. It clearly showed two separate police vehicles driving past the ongoing burglary, oblivious or uncaring to the criminal activity unfolding in front of them.
“I kind of felt defenseless,” Contreina admitted. “You’re hoping you can jump through the camera or alert them.”
The couple’s faith in the police department is understandably shaken. Yet this is hardly surprising when you consider the landmark case of Warren v. District of Columbia, which laid bare the chilling truth: police officers in America have no legal obligation to protect citizens; their function is simply to enforce the law. Apparently, extorting seatbeltless drivers and jaywalkers took precedence over the robbery of a small business.
In response to the incriminating surveillance footage, department spokesperson Zach Eaton issued a vague promise to “look into” the incident, adding, “We weren’t there so we don’t know what the officers saw, if they were headed to another call, or if they were preoccupied doing something else.” Eaton’s words offer little comfort to a family left violated and betrayed.
Police did eventually arrive at the store, but only a full ten minutes after the burglary. This incident is yet another glaring example of the systemic inadequacies of law enforcement, highlighting the disturbing reality: when seconds matter, police are just minutes away.
Article posted with permission from Matt Agorist