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The recent Boston Massacre made this only too obvious. The FBI questioned the family in ; yet dropped him from the list during his trip to Russia. These brothers were on welfare yet drove luxury cars, made purchases of bomb-making materials and attended upscale schools. The family immigrated to America under the asylum exception, went on welfare and then the parents moved back to Dagestan two years later. How about the plea to Boston to identify these murderers?
The most egregious Keystone Kops move was the Mirandizing of Dzokhar. Under the Public Safety Exemption the FBI could question Dzokhar about what he knew about possible further threats and information he may have about the bombing. This interrogation can be continued until criminal charges are filed. Once filed, the murderer must be Mirandized.
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Guess who stepped in and filed charges? The Department of Justice, Mr.
Yes, this is the same Holder who proclaims that Nidal Hassan shouting Alluah Akbar as he killed 13 and wounded 31 more, the Hassan that corresponded with Jihadists in Pakistan, the Hassan that had been identified as a radical Muslim by his fellow officers - yeah, that Holder who calls the Fort Hood Massacre an instance of "workplace violence.
The Fort Hood Massacre took place inbut has yet to go to any trial. Of course he was injured as he was taken down and has been under rehabilitative hospital care since then.
There is no doubt about his guilt, with a roomful of witnesses. I would have let him die and saved thousands of dollars. He is receiving first-class care; his victims are either dead or pleading for help from the VA. Who says the Keystone Kops quit performing in ?
How about the Keystoners current massive push to disarm the law-abiding gun-owners of America while arming the Mexican drug cartels? Original lineup The original Keystone Cops numbered only seven: By the time sound movies arrived, the Keystone Cops' popularity had waned.
Indirector Ralph Staub staged a revival of the Sennett gang for his Warner Brothers short subject Keystone Hotelfeaturing a re-creation of the Kops clutching at their hats, leaping in the air in surprise, running energetically in any direction, and taking extreme pratfalls.
This footage has been used countless times in later productions purporting to use silent-era material.
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The Staub version of the Keystone Cops became a template for later re-creations. However, during his own silent film career, the only time he had been in a chase in the Keystone style was in The Rough Houseby Roscoe Arbuckle.
His own police chase scenes, such as in The Goat and Copswere highly realistic.
Abbott and Costello Meet the Keystone Kops included a lengthy chase scene, showcasing a group of stuntmen dressed as Sennett's squad. Sennett also starred in a cameo role-as himself. By the s surviving silent movie comedians could be pressed into service as Keystone Cops regardless of whether they appeared with the troupe authentically.
InWarner Bros announced a series of Looney Tunes shorts starring cartoon versions of the Cops were to be produced, but the studio closed its animation department before anything could develop from it.
In popular culture The name has since been used to criticize any group for its mistakes, particularly if the mistakes happened after a great deal of energy and activity, or for a lack of coordination among the members. For example, the June election campaign of the Liberal Party of Canada was compared with "the Keystone Kops running around" by one of its parliamentary members, Carolyn Parrish.
National Transportation Safety Board report investigating Canadian energy company Enbridge 's handling of a July pipeline spill in the Kalamazoo River compared it to the Keystone Cops. The rugby commentator Liam Toland uses the term to describe a team's incompetent performance on the pitch. The phrase "Keystone cops defending" has become a favorite catchphrase for describing a situation in an English football match where a defensive error or a series of defensive errors leads to a goal.