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Article posted May 24 2013, 4:43 AM Category: Tyranny/Police State Source: Print

Undercover Narco Befriends, then Busts, Autistic Teenager

by Tim Lynch

“Our son was a new kid in August, and this undercover cop befriended him,” Snodgrass said. On the second day of school, Snodgrass said, Daniel asked the boy to buy drugs. “He asked my son if he could find marijuana for $20,” Snodgrass said. ”Three weeks later my son was able to bring back a half joint he received from a homeless guy.”

Later, Snodgrass said, “he asked to purchase my son’s prescription medication, but our son refused.”

It took the 17-year-old three weeks to procure a half joint of marijuana, according to court documents filed later in Riverside County juvenile court. After he was pressed again by the police officer, the student retrieved another joint for $20, from another homeless man, the documents said.

“During that time, he received more than 60 text messages from this undercover officer,” Snodgrass said. “Our son has a real problem reading social cues and social inferences because of his various disabilities. It would’ve been hard for him to figure to out that he was talking to an undercover officer.”

Snodgrass said his son had been diagnosed with autism, bipolar disorder, Tourette’s syndrome and various anxiety disorders.

Temecula police arrested Snodgrass’ son, along with 21 other students, on Dec. 11. Snodgrass told ABC News that his son was interrogated, booked and held for two days without having contact with his parents.

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Posted: May 24 2013, 10:03 AM

66220 We need to release all the murdering scum and rapists from prison so we can make room for the evil pot smokers.

Posted: May 25 2013, 2:08 AM

46105 No we need to release the pot smokers and may be even some thieves to make room for all these lying, stealing, entraping, violent and murdering cops infesting our streets.

Posted: May 27 2013, 3:50 AM

6938 You're both right. WTF has this country come to?

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