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Article posted May 10 2013, 12:55 PM Category: Tyranny/Police State Source: Alternet Print

Why Cops Bust Down Doors of Medical Pot Growers, But Ignore Men Who Keep Naked Girls on Leashes

Thanks to the drug war, police have much more incentive to go after drug crimes than more heinous crimes.
By Kristen Gwynnne

Earlier this year, men wearing black ski masks whipped out their guns and raided the home of 62-year-old Cathy Jordan, a medical marijuana patient and activist in Florida. They seized 23 of her plants, two of which were mature enough to be used for her medicine. Police officers with the Manatee County Sheriff's Department, the team of armed men, made no arrests, but later charged Jordan and her husband with marijuana cultivation. A district attorney later dropped the case.

In Colorado this year, a 13-person SWAT raid on two medical marijuana users began with a kicked-in door and a flash bang grenade.

"They acted like they were coming for a big terrorist," Chuck Ball, one of the patients, told KRDO. "They came in here, drug me across the kitchen floor and handcuffed me," he said. "They kept telling me to shut up."

According to KRDO, "Ball said the raid was prompted by tips to investigators from his roommate's estranged ex who told police that there was an illegal number of medical marijuana plants in the house."

No charges were filed because the patients were growing a legal amount of medical marijuana.

Strange, isn't it, that hunches and vague tips about potential marijuana growing (in a state that recently legalized the drug!) is motivation enough to send a SWAT team busting down a door? Compare that to recent reports that police in Cleveland, Ohio ignored years of tips and calls about strange things going on in the home of the three Cleveland men suspected of holding captive, brutally raping and beating three women for nearly a decade.

Before the big break on Monday, neighbors say they knew something was up and claim that they repeatedly called the cops. The police did not appear concerned; they certainly lacked the enthusiasm many law enforcement officers display when going after drug crimes (and non-crimes)...

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Posted: May 11 2013, 12:19 AM

11893 They get money for drug busts. The more resources they use the more they get. On the other hand, they don't get jack shit for saving three kidnapped woman except a lot of paperwork. That's all you need to know.

Posted: May 11 2013, 1:11 AM

69209 Police does not protect individuals. Police enforces the law.

There's no law prohibiting walking women on the leash, so there's nothing to enforce. There is however law about marijuana.

Besides, looking at the faces of the men who held the girls captive, it's easy to see why the cops whose #1 priority has always been their own safety, would avoid them.


Posted: May 11 2013, 12:33 PM

63229 until the dogs are beat down and civil disobedience is a daily occurance against our masters we continue to be enslaved to this egregious shit day in and day out. When those who believe they rule are beat down and quit this path of insane bullshit lopsided judicial system of scum and corruption then enslaved and submissive we will be.

Posted: May 13 2013, 9:47 AM

98103 Do you really belive that nobody seen or heard anyting for over 10 years.CSI kleveland solved it in 48 hrs. and freed te amigos.3 neighbors said that they also lived there.
I reported someone I seen on tv being wanted for kidnaping and rape and the police came 3 hours later he was going to an apt rented out by an old lady in a senoir project 1 bedroom with 2 grown kids with their kids which was illegall they were runnig a crack house . The cops knew about it they even covered for them The chief is PR or related I was assauled by them and eventully evicted and even arrested after caliling and complining about the cops..The guy living there at riverview project apt 1034 name i s morcos castro.They claim its a tigt community. tight lipped. The guy with the sunglasses on his head is a member of a PR gang around the corner from there is the icebox bar used to be owned by a PR cop it was a stripp joint with drugs and prostitution where multiple murders occured .It is still well known place in the burbs to go for heroin prostitutes ect. I could go on and on it is mostly PR and at one time not to long ago had about 10 strip joints more then the whole county that palce they said the 1 brother moved to last year was the place of the first murder of the century where 2 PR s followed an old gut and murdered himat the strike of midnight when asked why they did it they said they wanted to see what somebidy dying looked like Keep in mind that 85% of murders are never solved which means there are more murderers walking around not in jail than there are in jail and that area had 5 that i heard about within the past year

Posted: May 13 2013, 9:52 AM

98103 did you get you momma a new leash to walk her naked you must be a cop and or 1 sick sob

Posted: May 16 2013, 2:57 PM

85164 Not only do they get money for solving drug crimes (which ironicly is an incentive for them to let there be drug crimes for them to solve), stopping all young black men or busting down doors where people grow weed legally is cheaper (takes less time, less overtime less effort and therefor takes less training) then to solve a murder or a rape case where they have to pay to get evidence processed by a lab that over charges because they bribed someone into giving them a contract.
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