Right, and justice goes to the highest bidder. Wonderful. Markets are great for exchanging goods. The mistake so many people, yourself included, make is assuming that markets are some universal mechanism that can be applied to anything. They just don't work that way, never have. Just about every time we try it without any modification (such as government regulation) things go oh so wrong and people like yourself are left scratching your heads. But instead of revisiting the flawed and baseless axiomatic assumptions on which these theories are based, you say well we didn't make it free enough or resort back to thought experiments completely divorced from the day to say realities of human interaction.Thats the main problem with your views adhocrat. They're based on conditions that simply don't exist. As for not addressing the thing you say, I don't think you realize what you're saying. Policing is defined partly in relation to institutionalized legal systems. Police are agents of the state tasked with enforcing the formal legal code of a society. You privatize police and get rid of the state, then it's something entirely different. And it's not just terminology. You fundamentally change the role of "the police" in society.