Ericson Harrell: The View From His Side Of The Blue Line

Editor’s Note: This excellent sit down interview with Officer Ericson Harrell of the North Miami Police Department was conducted in Spring 2018. MHB readers will recall (here and here) that in 2018 Officer Harrell was placed under administrative leave by his state employer when local news media attacked him for his use of social media to comment on complex public events, including the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting event in Parkland Florida.

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6 thoughts on “Ericson Harrell: The View From His Side Of The Blue Line”

  1. Thank you Officer Ericson Harrell of the North Miami Police Department for having the guts and integrity and intelligence to express your honest opinions about basic issues of public concern everywhere. This police officer is obviously very articulate and intelligent. He is a true police officer in the mold of community policing, not the military style imposed on us today by the Israeli Homeland Security Gestapo where everyone is assumed to be a criminal before the fact is proved. The failed war on drugs is the biggest racket in the country today. Drugs must be legalized and regulated just like alcohol and tobacco. Why aren’t they? The answer is because our own government is stealing drugs from foreign countries like Afghanistan and selling them on the black market to make billions of dollars of dirty off the books money. It is that simple. Secrecy in our government has rendered it little different than any totalitarian government in history. Look at our neighbor below the border. Drug gangs run the country. Anyone who gets in their way is killed or family is killed. We are reaching that point here now. Overdoses and police department corruption with illegal drugs are best dealt with by legalization too. Read the great Op Ed by former 34 year police veteran Norm Stamper in the Los Angeles Times 2005 “Let those dopers be”. Many of these problems revolve around lawyers dealing in secret with government officials. Lawyers love and promote secrecy so they can’t be blamed for their unconscionable advice in secret. It is called “lawyer-client confidentiality”. It is a sham a scam to cover their you know what’s. Lawyers have a long and well deserved bad reputation for “disguising” matters which is a polite way of saying they lie, cheat and steal with impunity. That is why they love secrecy.
    There is a remarkable book published in 1992 “IBM and the Corruption of Justice in America” by Earl Carey, Bismarck House, St. Louis. I found this book purely by accident at a flea market. It is one of the most important books I have ever read. Earl Carey was an engineer. He had a labor dispute with the computer giant. All he wanted was a simple jury trial with the computer giant in the State of Arizona. Shouldn’t that be a simple request? He acted as his own lawyer pro se. He dotted every i and crossed every t. He did everything in his legal power to win, but lost. He even tried to have federal judges arrested by the FBI! He lists no less than 42 federal judges by name and location, who willfully violated the rules and their meaningless oaths of office. This was one United States’ Citizen’s crusade for what we thought were basic rights of any citizen to have a jury trial a demand he wrote right on the front page of his action in plain sight! Officer Harrell, my email address is If you will send me your address I will send you a free copy of this seminal book describing how these corrupt federal judges gang raped our precious Constitution which has been defended by the blood of thousands of good U.S. Servicemen for over two centuries. Officer Harrell should be appointed the new Police Chief there or the new Sheriff after Sheriff Israel is fired. “A new broom sweeps clean.”
    Winfield J. Abbe, Ph.D., Physics
    United States Citizen for 79+ years.

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