Video Catches Police Informant Planting Cocaine On Shop Owner Before RaidChris | InformationLiberation
Jul. 24, 2013
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A police informant was caught on video planting cocaine on an innocent business owner's store counter, the informant then took photographs of the planted drugs and gave them to police.
This manufactured "evidence" was then used by the police as a pretext to raid the innocent shop owner's business, shut it down and throw him in jail.
This same informant, who has since "gone missing," had already assisted in the take-down of seven other victims who have all been notified since this evidence surfaced.
This is a perfect example of how drug laws are being used to shut down law abiding citizens' businesses under the flimsiest of pretexts.
From the Daily Gazette:
SCOTIA — The Scotia shop owner cleared of drug charges earlier this year by his own surveillance system has filed the precursor to a lawsuit against the two police agencies that worked on the investigation.Watch the video of the informant planting the drugs here.
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