Court Orders Marijuana Smoker's Son Taken, Police Kill Man When Serving OrderChris | InformationLiberation
Mar. 22, 2012
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A Michigan court ordered the removal of a 2-year-old boy from his father because the father had allegedly smoked marijuana in the boy's presence. As marijuana is not a drug approved by the government, unlike the most deadly drugs tobacco and alcohol which are A-OK, police were ordered to take the boy from the man through force.
Unfortunately, the police killed the man in the process because he allegedly engaged in an act of self-defense with a pocket knife. The highest skepticism should be applied to those claims as it appears there was no outside witnesses, excluding, of course, the man's 2-year-old son, who presumably watched his father be murdered.
The Herald Times reports:
GRAYLNG — The fatal shooting of William Reddie, 32, by a Crawford County Sheriff’s Department deputy during the “emergency removal” of his 2-year-old son from an apartment they shared has many of his friends crying foul.Read the full story here.