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Analysis posted Jun 22 2012, 5:14 AM Category: Tyranny/Police State Source: InformationLiberation Print

Whoops!: Police & Federal Agents Raid Wrong Home, Terrify Innocent Woman

Chris | InformationLiberation

Whoopsie daisy, an armed government goon-squad accidentally raided the wrong home while looking for inanimate plant-substances, they left a terrified older woman in their wake.

The situation could have potentially ended in bloodshed as her son loaded his gun up and was ready to defend himself and his mother from what he presumed was a non-state-sanctioned armed invasion. The man fortunately put his gun down and was not murdered by the invaders "for their own safety." So... no harm done, right?

Rochester police and federal agents made a mistake in Charlotte this week that has one woman baffled and frightened. She wants to know how they could mistake her house for one they were supposed to raid in a drug bust.

I was sitting in my living room texting on my phone and I heard somebody come in my back door. I didn't realize at the time what they were saying, but ultimately they were yelling out A-T-F, A-T-F.

[...]I'm still terrified. It's almost like a P.T.S.D. experience, you keep hearing things. You think oh my God I hear a door slam, I hear someone pulling into my driveway. I see a light it's like oh my God are they back?
Watch the video report:

Unfortunately, the goon-squad will assuredly go on to raid many more innocent people's homes, including those who are innocent victims of 21st century prohibition.

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Posted: Jun 23 2012, 8:39 AM

687 maybe some of these raids aren,t unintentional,but an excuse to see whats inside a persons home .7epnc
Bill Anderson

Posted: Jun 23 2012, 10:05 AM

76192 For other FBI news you are not supposed to know, search for "New police weapon against homeless" and also "Historic coverup of FBI and police crimes currently taking place". Bill Anderson Masters degree Harding University 93

Posted: Jun 24 2012, 7:07 PM

64134 When in the mthrfking hell is this stasis ss bootstamping bullshit going to Indiana we now have a law to protect ourselves against this type of situation.u fkn prohibs are the disease.why don't u go to Mexico and try this bullshit.oh wait I know u wont cause u know u will lose.

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