On our nation, the no-knock raid.
If you cannot write on the warrant that the suspect is “better off dead”, then you should not be able to do it.
In today’s exciting episode, the police in Habersham County, Georgia were tactical operators operating tactically against
A 19-month-old boy critically injured when a police device was tossed into his bed
Not in the house? The guy they were after.
Also in the room, sisters, ages 3, 5, and 7.
Why were they home-invading?
Hours after a confidential informant said he bought methamphetamine
The war on (some) drugs strikes again! No matter how many drugs you make illegal, people will figure out new says to get high. It’s funny, when I was younger everybody knew that Prohibition was a failure, so what to do? Prohibit different intoxicants!!!!!!
They say they used military tactics in a decidedly posse incomitatus manner because
Terrell said that during a prior arrest on drug charges, investigators discovered Thometheva had weapons, including an AK-47.
Wait, he was arrested before and didn’t open fire? So why the fuck did you use military tactics this time?
I know, because you have all that tactical operations gear and hey, gotta flashbang somebody.
So how do the stormtroopers feel?
Darby said all officers are upset about the incident.
Awww, poor stormtroopers are all upset and shit about it.
I’m sure the baby feels the same way.
Bou Bou is now in a medically induced coma
Oh, maybe not.
What’s a cop who just put a toddler in intensive care to say?
The sheriff’s department called the incident a “terrible accident” but said the unit followed raid protocol.
Yeah, fuck you. You’d think they might rethink their “protocol”. You’d be wrong.
Since we’re in this end of civilization, you know there’s insult to add to the injury.
The family doesn’t have insurance. A family friend has set up a fund to help pay for Bou Bou’s medical treatment.
Wait, they have to pay for the medical care after these asshole tactical operators operated tactically at the wrong house and threw a grenade a baby?
I’ll end on an unrelated, you think I’,m an idiot, way.
The National Security Agency has begun winding down its collection and storage of American phone records after the Senate failed to agree on a path forward to change or extend the once-secret program ahead of its expiration at the end of the month.
Yeah, and if you believe that I have a bridge for sale.