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Woman Hospitalized Following Botched Raid - WSB News on wsbradio.com
Give credit to our educational system for graduating people that can't read an address...
Give credit to our failed drug policy for allowing thugs to legally break into peoples homes....
What is it... 41% of American adults are functionally illiterate?
Yet another example of paramilitary police state BS! What the hell happened to staking out a place first. If they had done that first this would've been avoided. This happens all the time all across the U.S.
Anonymous tips should not justify warrants until after an investigation and surveilence operation is conducted.
I dont understand how the hell do you get warrants without doing stake outs. I mean arent you supposed to go to a judge with evidence you can raid them? It someone is a drug dealer shouldnt be to hard to figure out people coming going all hours.
I remember one story guy in his 20s was home police bust down his door in the middle of the night he shoots and kills one officer because he didnt know what was going on then he surrendered.
Turns out they had a warrant for him growing weed except he was just a gardener that grew plants in the back. Someone that broke into his house 3 weeks before was arrested and told police he knew a guy that grows weed so they got a warrant and went in. so the informant was the guy that broke into his house. anyways guy now is in jail for like life for murdering an officer he had never been in trouble with the law and the gun was legal.
This kinda **** has to stop make the **** legal and you wont have dealers and violence to go after problem solved.
what would happen if say undercover police raided the wrong house and were as a result shot by somebody defending themselves thinking it was a break in of some sorts.
They would be arrested for attempted murder or murder of an officer it has happened wrong house or bad info and raids.
wow good article, that should make everyone mad
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