January 28, 2014

VIRAL: Councilwoman Who Helped PANDA Anti-NDAA Bill Arrested for "Assaulting Police Officer"

Town Councilwoman who helped to block the NDAA, has been arrested for "assault and battery on a police officer."

UPDATE [January 28, 2013 6:56 pm] : Amelia did not write the legislation. She did however come forward to introduce the legislation in the Town of Southbridge, and was a part of the fight. The legislation can be found here, and it is in conjunction with PANDA, Patriot Coalition, and Oathkeepers.

January 28, 2014
Andrew Pontbriand

On Jan. 22, just after 4:15 p.m., Southbridge police responded to the 2nd floor of 275 Marcy St. There, officers met councilwoman Amelia Peloquin and her parents. Peloquin's mother told police she thought her daughter was having "some type of mental breakdown," according to police.

Amelia Peloquin serves the Town of Southbridge MA. on the Town Council, where she started in 2012. Amelia, is partly responsible for one of freedoms biggest recent victories, as she helped write Legislation to defeat the NDAA with the help of PANDA (People Against the National Defense Authorization Act) in Webster and Oxford MA.

According to the report, police attempted to remove Amelia from her mothers house where she began to fight with police, and even bit one officer so hard, he began to bleed and it left teeth marks.

When Amelia was put into the back of the cruiser, she reportedly "started to slam her head into the cage in the cruiser," and subsequently slipped out of her handcuffs.

At the police station, Amelia as placed into a holding cell, where police report she began to slam her head off of the toilet seat, and then stripped her clothes off.

Southbridge EMS brought Peloquin to Harrington Hospital, where she told staff that she had smoked marijuana, and K2, a synthetic marijuana, or salvia, a hallucinogenic drug.



Peloquin will be formally charged with resisting arrest and two counts of assault and battery on a police officer on Friday in Dudley District Court.

What is Going on Here?

Over the past several years, we have seen people who have done their part in securing freedom, or fighting the system in their own small way. Amelia, worked with members of PANDA to help write legislation that was specific to preventing ANY kidnapping of citizens in the Towns of Oxford and Webster.

It seems whenever someone even atthe local level has a victory, something strange happens to them, whether its an "episode" of a violent outburst, or they just simply go missing.

Coincidentally, Amelia is my Town Councilwoman, as I reside in the Town of Southbridge. I will ve investigating this thoroughly to try and get some answers. She is seen by many, as a very caring person who is "one of the only people who cares about this town".

What stood out to me so far, is some of the comments on the Fox News website that has also reported this.

Take a look below.



More to Follow





Andrew Pontbriand is an Activist, Researcher
, Contributor at Activist Post, and Writer/Editor of  The Resistance JournalsLike his Facebook Page here, and follow him on Twitter - @ResistJourn25

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