DEA Retroactively Gets Warrant After Violent, Botched Raid on Wrong Address
Federal agents violently raided a tobacco shop, unnecessarily broke down a door, tampered with surveillance cameras, and allegedly cracked a woman in the neck with a rifle stock. In the process, they also raided a neighbor’s home, only to later cover their tracks by acquiring a warrant retroactively. The carnival of injustice was completed when witnesses were ordered to recant their stories under penalty of law.
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‘Break it down’
The Federal Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) began systematically performing raids across the country on Wednesday, May 7th, as part of a nationwide effort to crackdown on synthetic drugs. Over 200 search warrants in 29 states were performed as part of what was called “Project Synergy Phase II.”
One of the warrants served during the course of the operation was on a tobacco shop in Alpine, Texas. Known as…
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