Indiana grandmother suffers violent SWAT raid after a neighbor uses her wireless internetPolice State USA
Aug. 18, 2014
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EVANSVILLE, IN — An innocent elderly woman’s home was raided by SWAT when she was suspected of using the internet to trash-talk and post threats toward the local police. In response, gun-wielding assailants breached her doors and windows in a violent search for electronic evidence.