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    Bad: more fake DEA agents...

    ... Seeking prescription drugs... claimed to be leaving to get drug sniffing dog... fled the scene.

    Story here
    Rats!
    It could be worse!
    I suppose

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    Just more reasons to allow citizens to protect themselves with full immunity from penalties of law when defending their homes from invasion.

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    That is so bad.
    We have no defense from such terror.

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    Should be on (DIET) pills ; ) JMO
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    Crimes like these are why I have a big problem with no know warrants. If I'm supposed to be defending my home from invasion, why should I have to worry that it might be the Law, accidentally raiding my house instead of my neighbors.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DontTreadOnI View Post
    Crimes like these are why I have a big problem with no know warrants. If I'm supposed to be defending my home from invasion, why should I have to worry that it might be the Law, accidentally raiding my house instead of my neighbors.
    A Freudian slip? I had to laugh when I read this because in the case of a wrong house or an innocent homeowner it could very well be considered both a No Knock and a No Know warrant.

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    This is akin to being on an airplane when it goes down. Every now and then it happens, you just don't know when/where.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oneshot View Post
    This is akin to being on an airplane when it goes down. Every now and then it happens, you just don't know when/where.
    Unless you're the pilot there ain't much you can do about an airplane going down. In the case of a home invasion you can defend yourself and shouldn't have to worry that it MIGHT be the police breaking down the wrong door. No Knock warrants should be done away with.

    More and more of these "DEA agents" are breaking down doors. Where did they get the idea I wonder?
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    'No knock' raids by real LE need to end, that would certainly diminish the temptation for these phony ones.

    We have 50,000 'no knock' raids per year now in the USA. For what??? To bust a few potheads or coke dealers??? That's just completely INSANE. I sometimes think these no knock raids are nothing more than fun-time for SWAT and DEA agents. I mean, an adrenaline-rushing 'no knock' raid sure beats hanging out trying to catch a speeder in a radar trap, or help an old lady change a tire. Oh, and of course, there's always the thing about the LE getting to 'keep' virtually everything that the 'drug dealer' owned.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mlr1m View Post
    A Freudian slip? I had to laugh when I read this because in the case of a wrong house or an innocent homeowner it could very well be considered both a No Knock and a No Know warrant.

    Michael
    Haha it very much seems like a Freudian slip!
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