SWAT Team Shoots Teen Girl & Her Dog During Pot Raid On Wrong HomeChris | InformationLiberation
Jul. 25, 2014
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Orange County, Florida sheriff's deputies waging an armed raid for a suspected pot dealer entered a family's home guns blazing and shot a teen girl and her dog, only to find out the suspect they were looking for hadn't lived in the home for weeks -- despite their claim to have "surveilled" the home extensively prior to the raid. All the cops ended up finding was some perfectly legal ammunition and some pot seeds and marijuana paraphernalia. All charges against the suspect were later dropped, but their dog is dead and his sister lives with horrible back pain due to the deputies' murder attempt.
ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. — A mother and her daughter are suing the Orange County Sheriff's Office after one of them was injured during a SWAT team search.
The majority of Floridians believe marijuana should be fully legalized. Nonetheless, the state's prohibitionist army feels it appropriate to raid users' homes armed to the teeth and potentially murder them for using it.
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