The Piercing Truth

This is right from the dictionary and seems to describe Albuquerque, Berry and Schultz. Fascism (f ash ,izem) noun An authoritarian right wing system of government and/or social organization. (in general use) extreme right wing, authoritarian, chauvinistic and/or intolerant views or practices. Fascism tends to include a belief in the supremacy of one group over another, national, ethnic, especially social strata or monetarily; a contempt for democracy, an insistence on obedience to a powerful leader, and a strong demagogic approach. Compliments of one of our Eyes

Mar 31, 2018

Nob Hill to be renamed Nob Kill, and the International District to be the Kill Zone.

After seeing the below article, we thought it should get attention here, because it is the epitome of how this city is going to be brought to its knees. The vermin victimizing our citizens and businesses are out of control, and we are told the Police Department is in meltdown, and clueless on how to deal with it. This is all because of how the last administration left this place, and who they left it with. Let’s get it strait now. Berry left the city in deficit after he raped it all the while as Schultz framed officers destroyed morale and set in motion ripples through the scum pond that Eden without hesitation kept in motion.

Please check out the below KRQE article.


The crime needs to be addressed with aggressive proactive measures by cops; real cops with spines and guts who are skilled in dealing with violent crime.

Twenty plus years ago officers knew their beats. They knew the shop owners. They knew the old lady in the middle of the block, and they knew their kids. Some officers knew the public so well that they were accepted into homes for holiday meals when they had to work the holidays or any day for that matter. Some citizens were so close with neighborhood beat officers that people who knew them entrusted them to put a foot in their kids asses, and send them home if they were caught doing something they were not supposed to do. These officers knew when and how to use force, what kind of force to use and when to stop... and the people who trusted them knew that. Somewhere along the way this was all lost, and it wasn’t technology that did it. Not everything was perfect, because as always there were the self serving criminals and dirtbags that just decided to abuse their authority, and do bad things. People like Ray Schultz, and those that came up with him knew all about it. They permitted it, because they benefitted from it. They were THIS downfall. They are the ruination of the profession. The bad shootings, the sex in public offices while on duty, the time sheet fraud, stealing of evidence, dozens of bad shootings, and countless abuses of power cases... All of it permitted, covered for, or made to appear inconsequential by the likes of people like Schultz, and those responsible for this. If you were to have a perfect study model for the decline, pollution and eventual total destruction of policing, and trust of police, this place would be that perfect petri dish. It has always been a symphony of symbiotic parasite relationships between the administration and police department.

The cause for this was complacency, and the lack of a spine to take on the dirty task of just saying no, you do not belong in this profession, because you are a dishonorable spineless turd, who is only worried about money, power, and ass. In a nutshell, that is it. And because so many of these cowards were let in, they climbed the ranks, and took over. As they say birds of a feather...

For the last thirty years law enforcement has been on this slippery slope, until we finally reached this point. For years people have been screaming about the rank and file, when if you would rip out the lowlives at the top, and put people in those positions, who call it like it is, are fair right down the line, and are free from political pressure, things would not have gotten this way. Hell, if you just promoted with integrity 75% of this could have been avoided. For all of these years we have had police chief’s who are not free to run the department without political interference, with the exception of Schultz. Schultz was the political interference. For all of these years the police have been crying about how they need a “pro police” politician to save them, and give them more money, shorten their careers by hooking them up with slick pension plans, and protect them from exposure when they fuck up. While Schultz was out of control, with Kathryn Levy as his advisor very few stepped up to step on them like the bugs they are. Even the police union conspired with Schultz to make the feds look elsewhere. Had there been a unified, collaborative effort to overthrow those assholes by standing up, and walking into the US Attorney’s office with belt tapes of the dozens of times they discussed defrauding the city, and courts, or copies of illegal orders and emails from private accounts, this would have been over before it began, but no, the mentality here was always about keeping your mouth shut, and the “better them, than me” mentality... and that is just plain poor upbringing.

Under Schultz and Eden you could not even just do your job, and not find them making up cases on you, let alone honestly make a mistake, then admit, and own it, and be okay because you were honest. The moral compass has been intentionally thrown away in Albuquerque, and nationwide. The difference here is that per capita, high level corruption has gone unanswered, because of the level of it, how many are involved, how profitable it is, and the fear of retaliation, or of being the next target of a fictitious investigation cobbled up or fed to the media by liars who are constantly throwing everything they can out there to deflect attention from what they did and are doing.

There has been no word from the New Mexico Attorney General on the Taser investigation, but the previous Albuquerque Mayoral candidate Brian Colon, who works for the law firm who represented Schultz in that scheme wants to be the NM State Auditor. The same guy who supports the Santolina project clowns who have been turning elections upside down. Here lies the fucking problem people. It is laughable and people act like they don’t see it because they think it doesn’t affect them.

Recently a book was written by a UNM professor David Correia about dealing with police issues by activists. You can read the story below:


Oddly enough, that little punk Luis Robles took a poke at the above book by saying how he finds it “interesting,” because officers make less than $60,000 a year. No Luisa, you opportunistic bitch, you are the bottom feeding vermin, who makes your money being a bought witness, who has justified dozens of shootings that were considered unjustified by the federal department of justice, while taking millions of dollars in contracts from the city, and state for your dirt merchant activities as the state redacts what your real duties are for those contracts from IPRA materials requested into those contracts. And oddly enough, BCSO this clown gets hired by the Bernalillo County Sheriff’s Office as you can see in the below story:


What do they say about insanity? Oh yea, that’s right. Urban Dictionary says...
The definition of insanity, is, doing the exact same fucking thing over and over again, expecting shit to change.

If nothing changes, it will be because the ones who really can change things decided to be pussies because their little world is ok, or because they are just plain stupid.


Anonymous said...

Mayor Keller failed to mention that part of the 3/8 gross receipts tax increase would go to pay three deputy directors in one department ( yes, I said three!). Never has there been a department that would require that many deputy directors. They come in at over $50+ an hour because the previous unclassified director, now classified Douglas Chaplin did not get a decrease in pay as Rob Perry said he would. $312,00 a year for three plus benefits for three.SMH

Anonymous said...


As time permits, I hope that you can answer three questions:

1. You clearly do not like BCSO’s choice of lawyers to review its use of force policies. If you were sheriff for a day, which New Mexico law firm/lawyer would you chose to review BCSO’s policies?

2. You don’t say much about BCSO deputy involved shootings. Nothing from what I can tell. Do you believe that some of the recent BCSO shootings were unjustified? If so, why have you not written about that topic?

3. Granted no department or agency lacks problems, but it seems that working for BCSO is so much better than working at APD. Do you believe that APD can learn anything from BCSO? If so, what?

Have a good day.

Anonymous said...


I agree Berry and Schultz are evil. They inflicted great damage to APD and its officers. Although you also don’t say this directly, you must agree that no one with the authority to do something about it (U.S. Attorney, FBI, NMOAG, DA) will hold either Berry or Schultz accountable for anything. They will move on from the City and APD without having to look over their shoulders.

But both Berry and Schultz are gone. So how much longer will you continue to blame Berry and Schultz for the CURRENT mess we are in? How much time must pass before you start to hold Keller and Geier accountable for failing to make an difference to the mess they voluntarily agreed to clean-up? So if a year from now nothing has changed for APD officer and citizens will you speak up?

Look forward to your response.

Anonymous said...


Anonymous said...

Meanwhile APD's organizational chart shows 51% of the people in charge as being actors.

Keller, the football star, is making April fools out of the tax payers and the rank and file at APD.

Anonymous said...

I like the way how Medina tried to relay his message and thinks we are gonna try and help command clean up this burning city. Burn alb burn along with your lapels and IA BURN.

Stealth said...

1. We would conduct a search for a firm, and if would not be restricted to in state firms. It definitely would not have any ties to Schultz, or all of the previous cases the DOJ took issue with.

2.We do have individuals that contact us about BCSO issues, but it rarely involves shootings. For the most part, APD has been the problem, and this is why we are always dealing with APD issues. The corrupt have used APD as a tool in their corruption, and in doing so this is more so the reason why the city is in the situation it is in, not because of BCSO.

3. The issue with BCSO being better than APD is mainly because Berry did not have the ability to control BCSO. The control over APD by corrupt politicians and corrupt criminal police administrators put APD where it is. The political influence and the use of that influence by the greedy melted down APD and undermined any progress. As good officers were trashedean and railroaded politically connected ones valued to those on the 5th floor because of their connections were covered for when they committed outright criminal acts while not in the commission of their duties. By this, we mean officers who were not even working, driving drunk, beating their wives or doing one of a dozen or so other illegal activities were totally covered for while officers were railroaded for doing nothing wrong or minor infractions while doing their jobs. It seems that BCSO is not a whorehouse either. We just do not get the kind of outrageous information on the antics that we do as we do from APD.

APD can learn from BCSO to let the chief make autonomous decisions, and run his department as he sees fit. If he fails, then he answers for it. That is one thing they can learn from BCSO.

Thank you for your civility and lack of agenda.

Stealth said...

March 31, 2018 at 8:23:00 PM MDT,
We will always hold Schultz, Levy, Perry, Berry, and about a dozen other filth bags from the past administration responsible because they cost the city hundreds of millions of dollars and no matter what anyone says, starting out in that hole takes forever to dig out from. What they have all done is reprehensible and unforgivable because people have died as a result of it.

If someone wants us to stop blaming the guilty, then they should put a public corruption case together for racketeering and RICO violations and prosecute it in federal court. If that were to happen, and those we have been discussing for the last decade, who are all responsible for this mess were held accountable and punished, and their malevolent actions reversed, you probably wouldn’t hear from us much.

Yes, we will speak up if things level out financially, and with manpower issues, if things do not improve. It is too early now. You can not clean up 10 years worth of malevolent and willfully intentional malfeasance in four months especially when left with a skeleton crew of people you are still feeling out to see if they can be trusted. Things are very very bad, and that is what this administration has to start out with. Although a few that Keller kept promoted and brought back are not flattering, we will wait and see what happens as the months go on. As certain issues clear up or get better so do the excuses for other things that need improvement.

Thank you.

Anonymous said...

Medina can’t relay a bureato to the person beside him without eating the platter of them first.
Medina is the new TJ.

Anonymous said...

There isn't going to be any RICO, there isn't going to be anything. Statute of limitations have ran on the majority of alleged crimes. Lets all move on from this hope. Schultz, Banks, Levy all collecting their retirement. Laughing all the way to the bank at us.

Anonymous said...

6:51 ain’t that the truth.