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Make no ifs and or buts about Hartford, Connecticut.  Aside from being the capoitol of the (former) Constitution State, it is one of  New England’s most dangerous cities.  Just how dangerous?  Well dangerous enough to warrant tanks on its streets!

Infowars reports many paramilitary troops and soldiers supposedly from the National Guard were deployed onto the streets of Hartford after the annual to break-up a recent annual Puerto Rican Day parade on June 3rd.

“They had the biggest assault rifles i ever seen on the corner of Affleck Street (Hartford) in front of the police station. It was blocked off so no one can get through or even film it. They were jumping from all kinds of different trucks and cars on every corner where people gathered, and bullied everyone”  Infowars.com local correspondent Prince Vega reported.

Infowars Patrick Henningsen reports further.

Memo to Mayor Pedro Segarra…with that action of sending troops onto the streets, you have violated the Posse Comitatus Act of 1878.  Now for those of you who are in Hartford (or Connecticut’s) government school system being indoctrinated like good little lemmings who hate the Republic and Freedom and think the Constitution is out of touch, here’s the dope on Posse Comitatus.

“Its intent (in concert with the Insurrection Act of 1807) was to limit the powers of local governments and law enforcement agencies in using federal military personnel to enforce the laws of the land. Contrary to popular belief, the Act does not prohibit members of the Army from exercising state law enforcement, police, or peace officer powers that maintain “law and order“; it simply requires that any authority to do so must exist with the United States Constitution or Act of Congress. In this way, most use of the Army and the Air Force at the direction of the President does not offend the statute, even though it may be problematic for other reasons (politically)” according to the Wikipedia posting on it.

It is not clear though which branch of the armed services was at the event.

No surprise a media search through the state’s corporate media websites turned up nothing except a squib preview of the even on June 2nd.

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