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5/6/2010 11:57 AM
Edited Date/Time: 4/17/2016 10:39 PM

You guys can be pretty fucked up sometimes.

Here's a SWAT team raiding a house. Emptied 7 shots into the two dogs (pitbull and corgi!?!) in front of the kids.

All this over $20 worth of pot. So they arrest the couple for child endangerment.

Really? They go into a house guns blazing with kids around over $20 in weed and the parents are the ones endangering their kids?

If you love dogs it's tough to watch.




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Empty a bag of skittles into the toilet and then flush. It's like watching a five second long nascar race.

5/6/2010 12:27 PM

I guess you shouldn't have drugs in the house. Obey the law bitches!

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5/6/2010 12:52 PM

I'd like to know the rest of the story.

Pretty sure that wasn't over $20 worth of pot. Also, they banged on the door. If someone was banging on my door screaming about a warrant, I'd be go to the door. My guess is he was flushing the narcs down the toilet.


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5/6/2010 12:54 PM

72kiteboarder wrote:

I guess you shouldn't have drugs in the house. Obey the law bitches!

wow. Please tell me you don't vote?

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5/6/2010 12:56 PM

I hate cops!

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5/6/2010 1:37 PM

Welcome to the militarized police state that has become the United States. "We have seen the enemy and it are us".

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5/6/2010 1:56 PM

72kiteboarder wrote:

I guess you shouldn't have drugs in the house. Obey the law bitches!

oldfart wrote:

wow. Please tell me you don't vote?

You when you are too smart? When people never get your sarcasm.

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5/6/2010 2:20 PM

72kiteboarder wrote:

I guess you shouldn't have drugs in the house. Obey the law bitches!

oldfart wrote:

wow. Please tell me you don't vote?

72kiteboarder wrote:

You when you are too smart? When people never get your sarcasm.

"You when you are too smart? When people never get your sarcasm."

know?
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5/6/2010 3:18 PM

oldfart wrote:

wow. Please tell me you don't vote?

72kiteboarder wrote:

You when you are too smart? When people never get your sarcasm.

Frogman wrote: "You when you are too smart? When people never get your sarcasm."

know?

Oops, Not tooooo smart I guess.

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5/6/2010 3:26 PM

Cygnus wrote:

I hate cops!

Cyg, I may be missing something here, but you seem to mean this. You wont hear any argument from this end on the subject. Just thought it odd someone felt just like I did.

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5/6/2010 3:46 PM
Edited Date/Time: 4/17/2016 10:39 PM

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5/6/2010 5:01 PM

txmxer wrote:

I'd like to know the rest of the story.

Pretty sure that wasn't over $20 worth of pot. Also, they banged on the door. If someone was banging on my door screaming about a warrant, I'd be go to the door. My guess is he was flushing the narcs down the toilet.


The warrant was looking for a major pot distribution center. The warrant was based on a tip that said the pot would be there along with the man they arrested. The police did not anticipate there being an ordinary family there. There was no major pot delivery there.

The police are having to backpedal and dance around a lot because the newspapers there are trying them in the court of public opinion (and it is a liberal college town).

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5/6/2010 5:19 PM

The newspapers trying them in the court of public opinion, they should be..
Breaks my heart to hear that dog yipping, then more shots and dog was quiet( i assume dead),, the police need to make dam sure where there raiding, this happened to some friends of mine in Clarksville, Tn , one night there house was raided, they were suppossed to raid the house next door, my friend is in a wheel chair they threw him out of it, knocked his wife to the ground so hard it broke her cheek bone, all he wanted was an apology from the police they refused, so he sued, and won 2 million $ , from the city, and some one kept harrassing him after, and he suspected one of the officers, so they had to move outta the state.
now im not against police doing there job, but they need to make dam sure BEFORE they raid, and im sure dude is gonna have a hell of a law suit agaisnt the police, and with that video, they cant lose.

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5/6/2010 5:48 PM

txmxer wrote:

I'd like to know the rest of the story.

Pretty sure that wasn't over $20 worth of pot. Also, they banged on the door. If someone was banging on my door screaming about a warrant, I'd be go to the door. My guess is he was flushing the narcs down the toilet.


SteveS wrote:

The warrant was looking for a major pot distribution center. The warrant was based on a tip that said the pot would be there along with the man they arrested. The police did not anticipate there being an ordinary family there. There was no major pot delivery there.

The police are having to backpedal and dance around a lot because the newspapers there are trying them in the court of public opinion (and it is a liberal college town).

and it is a liberal college town

That's weak.

Why in the hell would anyone shoot a Corgi.

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5/6/2010 6:53 PM

txmxer wrote:

I'd like to know the rest of the story.

Pretty sure that wasn't over $20 worth of pot. Also, they banged on the door. If someone was banging on my door screaming about a warrant, I'd be go to the door. My guess is he was flushing the narcs down the toilet.


They gave them exactly nine seconds before they knocked in the door and started firing.

It's bullshit like this that makes people hate cops, and with good reason.

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5/6/2010 7:16 PM

txmxer wrote:

I'd like to know the rest of the story.

Pretty sure that wasn't over $20 worth of pot. Also, they banged on the door. If someone was banging on my door screaming about a warrant, I'd be go to the door. My guess is he was flushing the narcs down the toilet.


leakypipe23 wrote:

They gave them exactly nine seconds before they knocked in the door and started firing.

It's bullshit like this that makes people hate cops, and with good reason.

If that were to happen to my parents, (since they are law abiding and would not expect the police to bust in their house), I would assume a couple cops would be dead right now. I am sure my parents would be too. I am amazed more cops are not killed when they raid wrong houses.

If I had a gun handy and heard people trying to knock my door in I would most likely shoot the first person that came through. Just because they yell police once or twice doesn't mean I am going to hear it while in the house.

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5/6/2010 10:13 PM

txmxer wrote:

I'd like to know the rest of the story.

Pretty sure that wasn't over $20 worth of pot. Also, they banged on the door. If someone was banging on my door screaming about a warrant, I'd be go to the door. My guess is he was flushing the narcs down the toilet.


SteveS wrote:

The warrant was looking for a major pot distribution center. The warrant was based on a tip that said the pot would be there along with the man they arrested. The police did not anticipate there being an ordinary family there. There was no major pot delivery there.

The police are having to backpedal and dance around a lot because the newspapers there are trying them in the court of public opinion (and it is a liberal college town).

jmar wrote: and it is a liberal college town

That's weak.

Why in the hell would anyone shoot a Corgi.

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They didn't actually shoot the corgi directly. They were shooting the pit bull. The corgi was hit by shrapnel or something because of its proximity.

Not sure what's weak about pointing out it's a liberal college town. It sets the tone for what the people are writing in to the newspaper (and what the newspaper's bias is for that matter) concerning marijuana and police in general. Thus the police are getting a royal roasting in public opinion.

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5/6/2010 10:37 PM

It's certainly a bummer for the kids but when you know that what you are doing is illegal and could result in a raid like this why would you put yourself (and more importantly your family) in that situation? Is it really worth it? If you don't like the laws then get them changed.

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5/7/2010 9:20 AM

I'm curious as to what the police would consider a major pot distribution center.

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Empty a bag of skittles into the toilet and then flush. It's like watching a five second long nascar race.

5/7/2010 9:32 AM

Dude, Americans dont think guns are dangerous, so the kids were at no risk according to Americans I suppose?

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5/7/2010 10:03 AM

oldschoolmxr203 wrote:

The newspapers trying them in the court of public opinion, they should be..
Breaks my heart to hear that dog yipping, then more shots and dog was quiet( i assume dead),, the police need to make dam sure where there raiding, this happened to some friends of mine in Clarksville, Tn , one night there house was raided, they were suppossed to raid the house next door, my friend is in a wheel chair they threw him out of it, knocked his wife to the ground so hard it broke her cheek bone, all he wanted was an apology from the police they refused, so he sued, and won 2 million $ , from the city, and some one kept harrassing him after, and he suspected one of the officers, so they had to move outta the state.
now im not against police doing there job, but they need to make dam sure BEFORE they raid, and im sure dude is gonna have a hell of a law suit agaisnt the police, and with that video, they cant lose.

I agree with this.

I did not intend to imply that what happened was in any way ok. Just thought maybe there was more to the story.

But, it doesn't matter. Making an arrest is secondary to protecting the rights of citizens. Our founding principals are based on the idea that our most important.

We've heard other stories about guys being killed when police raided the wrong house. There is no excuse for that kind of failure.

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5/7/2010 11:00 AM

That vid gave me gnarly flashbacks...i once had a SWAT team raid my house 40 man deep. Before i knew it, i had 3 dudes in their gear with weapons pointed in my face. Scary times man...

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5/7/2010 4:52 PM

If someone came barging into my house and shot my dog, my mission in life would be to kill the person(s) responsible.

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5/7/2010 5:21 PM

ocscottie wrote:

That vid gave me gnarly flashbacks...i once had a SWAT team raid my house 40 man deep. Before i knew it, i had 3 dudes in their gear with weapons pointed in my face. Scary times man...

Were you doing wrong? This guy seemed to be normal just took awhile to wake up. Man I hate the good ole boys attitude from cops, Theirs noway to defend yourself!

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5/7/2010 6:09 PM

ocscottie wrote:

That vid gave me gnarly flashbacks...i once had a SWAT team raid my house 40 man deep. Before i knew it, i had 3 dudes in their gear with weapons pointed in my face. Scary times man...

minidad160 wrote:

Were you doing wrong? This guy seemed to be normal just took awhile to wake up. Man I hate the good ole boys attitude from cops, Theirs noway to defend yourself!

I remember a video of cops raiding a trailer in a trailer park. They went to the wrong one. The guy inside heard noises on his porch so he called 911. While on the phone with 911 he got his pistol for protection and looked out the window. When he pulled the blinds to the side the police saw the gun and killed him. Talk about a shitty day.

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5/7/2010 6:23 PM

Shoot I've been raided by an undercover team looking for automatic weapons once.

It was at a friend of my mom and dad's place when I was a little kid. They lived on a farm so we could see these two cars and a van drive up and nobody recognized them so we were all checking out what was going as we saw them pull up.

They got out and walked up to the door. Since we saw them coming my parent's friend was at the door to greet them. That's when they produced a search warrant for automatic weapons. There was about 12-16 cops in total. All undercover and looking pretty damn grungy for the law.

They looked around the house and rest of the property and the only thing they found was a still in the barn. They told him "If you don't mention the search to anyone, we never saw the still. It's not what we came out here for."

Not once did any of us see a gun or feel threatened in any way. Not like these jackbooted thugs who shoot first and ask questions later.

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Empty a bag of skittles into the toilet and then flush. It's like watching a five second long nascar race.

5/7/2010 6:32 PM
Edited Date/Time: 5/7/2010 6:32 PM

Damn dudes, what kind of neighborhood you live in anyway? I don't even know anyone who has ever been raided. I can't even get burglars to break into my house and steal my crappy shit and I don't even lock my doors.

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