We have nothing with the outcast and the unfit: let them die in their misery. For they feel not. COMPASSION IS THE VICE OF KINGS: stamp down the wretched & the weak: this is the law of the strong: this is our law and the joy of the world....from The Book of the Law, by Aleister Crowley [emphasis added]
There is no law beyond Do what thou wilt.
The video is chilling. Christopher Harris comes to a stop from a run in front of the Cinerama Theater in Belltown and begins to raise his hands. At that moment King County Sheriff's Deputy Matthew Paul, having mistaken Harris for an assault suspect [as if that would justify Paul's actions], hurtles into him with his forearms, sending him crashing headfirst into a concrete wall and leaving him paralyzed and in a coma--a state he's now been in for more than two years.
In the aftermath of that incident, apologies were given, a $10 million lawsuit was settled, and Deputy Paul was said to have been devastated emotionally by what he'd done. But according to KING 5 News, Paul's reckless use of force in the Harris case might be his most tragic, but it's far from the only one.from Matt Paul, Sheriff's Deputy Who Slammed Innocent Man Into a Coma, Has a Habitual Problem With the Use of Force
Deputy Paul doesn't seem like the sort to be emotionally devastated, although I wouldn't be surprised if he's kicking himself for getting caught on video performing a magical ritual which didn't go as planned. But he probably also feels smug about belonging to an Occult Conspiracy, as indicated by the fact that he got away with not-murder through the prosecutor's use of magical hypnotic words such as "standard take-down procedure" and "good faith use of force." (The convenient legal standard reserved for Satanists in certain circumstances, when their crimes can't be hidden, is that THEY DIDN'T BELIEVE that they were doing anything wrong. It's a good thing it doesn't apply to everyone, or there would be very few people on the planet.)
So, the claim that he's "devastated emotionally" makes no sense unless you assume that the phrase is an exact quote of Deputy Paul or an authorized spokesperson (which seems reasonable), and that it was meant to be understood by converting it to its numerical equivalent, i.e. 101 141, i.e. 11 6.