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12 Most Read Operation-Nation Posts: 2008-2011

OPERATION-NATION
January 2, 2019

The New OP-NAT EYE launched seven years ago today and most of our new content went there. Black Eye News also launched seven years ago for a place to write content not necessarily related to imperial police thugs.

To celebrate 12 years online (including the old Arizona State University days when this whole thing started as a project from my bedroom), here are the 12 articles that really established Operation-Nation as a true voice of unfiltered, unapologetic truth in the early days.

Gay is the New Jew, Not the New Black (May 21, 2009)

Ronald Reagan’s

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America’s Finest Thugs: Crackhead Cops, Rapist Cops, and Much More

by Brian A. Wilkins
5/27/2010


Police Thugs Michelle Salentine (L), Platteville (WI); Shandy Cobane, Seattle; Maynard Richardson, Des Moines (IA) (R). 

I swear everytime I take a small break from writing about the daily cop thuggery across the United Police States of America, I have to write one of these summary stories just to get everyone caught up. And to those of you still dumb enough to call these Constitutionally-Protected (COP) thugs for help, as my mom would say, may God help you.

We start in Plateville, Wisconsin; a small town of about 10,000 located in the SW corner of the state, … Read Entire Article

OP-NAT EYE NEWS BRIEFS; Mar. 20-28

Posted by Operation Nation Staff


Wayne County (MI) Judge, Prosecutor, and Two Inkster Cops Face Life In Prison

Detroit — Wayne County Circuit Judge Mary Waterstone (retired), former Assistant County prosecutor Karen Plants, and Inkster (MI) cops Scott Rechtzigel and Robert McArthur were each charged with several counts of misconduct while in office in an indictment handed down on March 24. Plants, Rechtzigel, and McArthur also face multiple counts of perjury, each of which carry a maximum penalty of life in prison.


Wayne County Judge Mary Waterstone 
(retired)

The charges stem from a March 2005 cocaine bust involving Alexander Aceval Read Entire Article