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PLEASE PASS THIS ON!!

PLEASE POST THIS LINK IN YOUR JOURNALS!
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magmafire
Dec. 23rd, 2005 05:32 pm (UTC)
Truly horrible but unfortunately typical, especially in drug-search related entries. It has become big business, search-and-siezure, the warrent rules are very complex and lots of loopholes exist. Over a thousand families in the USA have had their homes destroyed this way, their lives torn apart and most are not brave enough to fight back. I am just glad my state laws are very clear on this subject and I am not living in an urban zone, it seems when you live in an urban zone your rights are forfeit immediately (I grew up in NYC, the Bronx specifically) and you have entered a police-state. Now, I am not against law enforcement, nor am I bashing cops, but there are many times when an urban municipality will make exceptions to your civil rights so that they can do this sort of entry for "fast" busts of drug dealers. Without the power of our Constitutional Rights behind us (and it seems like every political party these days in trying to tear those apart) we are victims of over-eager governments and power-hungry states.
I will not say anything right now on his right to bear arms, I am too distressed and I do not know the regulations of his locality, but this is a travesty concerning the rights of every citizen, including the rights to bear arms and protect one's home from illicit entry. I beleive in the Bill of Rights as it is written, literally! Those rights are self-evident and cknowledged as such in the document and it's ratifying signatures!
Ol' Ben is break-dancing in his grave right now...
playgirl
Dec. 24th, 2005 05:22 pm (UTC)
This happened when I was still living with my parents:

The family that lived a few houses down from us, had a big white old covered truck that he used to for taking used merchandise to the swap to sell on week-ends.

Somebody made a phone call, stating that the man had a truck parked at his home, and he felt it was used to traffic drugs.

The swat team went and broke into this family's home, through them outside and started making a horrible mess of their home and truck by looking for drugs. The family was terrified!

In the end, they found nothing, plus found that the truck was used to make an honest side line living by taking it to sell used merchandise.

The swat team left, leaving behind the destruction they had cause the family's possessions and that WAS IT!!

Anyone of us could be their next victim, because if a person feels like doing us harm, they can make a phone call and have the same thing done to us, as was caused to that innocent family.

How frightening!
olafthunderfoot
Dec. 24th, 2005 06:19 pm (UTC)
very true, none of us are safe. ~hugs ya flat~
nam_erehwon_eht
Dec. 24th, 2005 09:22 pm (UTC)
man that so sucks... totally... That's just awful. I'm so sorry...Truly...

Love,

Mickey
nam_erehwon_eht
Dec. 24th, 2005 08:14 am (UTC)
just did luv...what an amazing story...

truly...

Love always,

Mickey
playgirl
Dec. 24th, 2005 05:26 pm (UTC)
Thank you Mickey!

Please read my reply to the first person who posted a reply.
Hugs and love to you and yours on the upcoming holidays!

I'm glad you liked the Christmas carol of the Bells!
nam_erehwon_eht
Dec. 24th, 2005 09:18 pm (UTC)
will do that now...

hugs and love always,

Mickey
olafthunderfoot
Dec. 24th, 2005 12:07 pm (UTC)
thugs with badges! ever watch "A Clockwork Orange"?
playgirl
Dec. 24th, 2005 05:31 pm (UTC)
No I haven't. I wonder if it can be rented.

Come back and read my reply to the first person who commented on this post.

I don't want to re-write it.
I've just mailed you lots of LUV, SMOOCHES AND HUGS VIA AIR MAIL!
olafthunderfoot
Dec. 24th, 2005 06:17 pm (UTC)
yup, it can be rented, and i highly recommend it!
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