FBI Uses Chainsaw To Tear Door Down In Terrifying Raid -- On Wrong Apartment
Chris | InformationLiberation
In a scene straight out of a horror film, the FBI used a chainsaw to tear down a woman's door in a terrifying drug raid, all on the wrong apartment. The innocent mother was ordered to the ground, all while her 3-yr-old daughter screamed in horror in another room. Her puppy dog who was next to her urinated itself out of fear and the mother lay still soaked in her urine, too terrified to move lest risk being killed.
This was the outcome of an FBI raid which had been in the works for two years, yet the FBI got the wrong house and terrorized an innocent 3-yr-old girl, her mother, and their puppy in the process.
FITCHBURG (CBS) – It’s going to be a while before things get back to normal for Judy Sanchez and her three-year-old daughter.
[...]At 6:04 last Thursday morning, just before Sanchez’ alarm was set to go off, she heard a pounding outside her second floor apartment.
“I just happened to glance over and saw this huge chainsaw ripping down the side of my door,” she explains. “And I was freaking out. I didn’t know what was going on.”
How is this different from the acts of the gestapo? This was all done over the consumption of meaningless plant products people consume for personal enjoyment. At least with the Nazi's, they thought Jewish people were some evil devils out to destroy the world, the FBI is doing this all over some inanimate plant substances.
Meanwhile, how many other people had their doors chainsawed down? Is it not just as horrible the mortal terror those people suffered because they happened to be "guilty" of the "crime" of consuming and trading plant matter?
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