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Former Asst. FBI Director concerned for law enforcement

  • The local policeman helping elderly ladies across the street; driving your son home after a night of partying; hanging out on street corners chewing the fat about the high school football win; virtually gone. Time is too valuable and the environment too hostile. The more relaxed streets of a helpful public servant have turned dangerously into a war zone with blue suited combatants fearful not only for your life, but more for their own.


    Gangs are more organized, and individuals have become more violent and armed like some first-rate military garrison. Their attitudes fueled by permissive, slimy societal mores and morays, as well as a lack of legal punishment as a deterrent. Just consider the battleground city of Chicago with thousands of shootings a year, and more actual deaths than some foreign theater of war. Former Asst. FBI Director is concerned for the future of law enforcement against gangs, thugs and terrorists, and he's talking with Ron.


    We’re seeing where average Joe Citizen is called on to aid local officers more than once, and our own awareness of these who stand as battlements against an expanding defiant and dangerous force is developing more and more among responsible, everyday members of the body politic.


    One person, one expert, one resistant force who has fought that fight on many fronts is Mr. Ron Hosko. He remains active in “protecting America’s protectors” and supporting law enforcement through his position as President of the Law Enforcement Legal Defense Fund


    Ronald T. Hosko retired from a distinguished thirty year career in the FBI. A graduate of the Temple University School of Law, he began his work as an FBI Special Agent. In the late 1980s, he transferred to Chicago, working undercover in assignments focused on complex financial and violent crimes. He worked closely with other federal, state, and local law enforcement partners in joint task forces, serving on both the Jackson and Chicago SWAT teams targeting the most dangerous subjects of FBI investigations. He went on to lead the FBI’s Crisis Management Unit in Quantico, Virginia before serving as an assistant special agent in charge in Philadelphia. During that time, Mr. Hosko was awarded the FBI’s Shield of Bravery for his actions during a violent ransom kidnapping.


    Law enforcement has changed. It’s had to in order to keep up with more sophisticated criminals and their enhanced techniques for stealing, murdering, dealing and terrorizing America. Click here to read an interview with Mr. Hosko and for more Truths to Consider.


    Your read of this article and sharing it is appreciated. (I encourage your review of our original articles on Mr. Hosko and the FBI and its activities, in PART 1 and PART 2)


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