Thread: Pot Bust Kills Dog
5/11/2010 10:49am, #11
I can't knock the cops for serving a search warrant...but the fact that they could get a warrant on a guy who only has a little bit of weed is bullshit.
Legalize it and stop wasting resources on people getting stoned in their homes.
5/11/2010 10:55am, #12
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Break in and shoot the dogs and get a tiny bit of weed? Bullshit."Preparing mentally, the most important thing is, if you aren't doing it for the love of it, then don't do it." - Benny Urquidez
5/11/2010 11:00am, #13
5/11/2010 11:01am, #14
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Legalize weed FFS
Also, some cops really need an asskicking that their uniform keeps them from receiving, which is why they're such pricks.
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5/11/2010 11:12am, #15
**** like this is why i have an inherent distrust of law enforcement. wtf is a corgi gonna do? hump your leg a bit?
and as much as i would love to believe that every search warrant is valid, i have had friends who were raided because the cops busted in the wrong trailer in a trailer park. everybody got arrested for possession of controlled substances because the woman who owned the trailer had prescription narcotics (that had actually been prescribed to her for recovery from back surgery). they all beat the rap, but the woman's drugs were never given back and the cops didn't pay for any damage to the trailer.
in my home town the police (especially when it comes to narcotics) are terribly unreliable at best, and flat out corrupt at worst.
5/13/2010 11:04pm, #16
5/14/2010 5:53am, #17the fact that they could get a warrant on a guy who only has a little bit of weed is bullshit.Break in and shoot the dogs and get a tiny bit of weed? Bullshit.The fact that they got a warrant for that is worse IMO.
5/14/2010 9:58am, #18
To me, this isn't an issue about weed, it's an issue about police procedure. My question is how much prior research and surveillance did they do before executing the warrant?
Just seeing the video doesn't give us a lot of context, was there something in prior investigation that led them to believe a show of force like this was necessary? I wouldn't think a neighbor's tip would be enough for a reasonable judge to sign off on a search warrant without some more evidence.:Determined:
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5/14/2010 10:00am, #19
You guys realize your actions in this thread are why no officer has answered your questions right?
5/14/2010 1:11pm, #20