Health department cops allege licensing issues over food co-op
"An Ohio family whose members have served their friends and neighbors with food cooperative services involving bulk and discount supplies has been targeted in a raid by armed law enforcement officers wearing black fatigues who forcibly rounded up the mom and 10 children and held them for six hours.
The raid prompted a complaint filed today on behalf of the family by the Center for Constitutional Law at the Buckeye Institute. It alleges authorities "made a haphazard unannounced entry into the property with guns drawn, as other officers surrounded the property, with guns drawn," then "confiscated the family's personal food supply, personal computers, and personal cell phones."Ever wonder why it is that these vermin with badges can't control gang violence or put any dent in crime to speak of?
Ha. Think they'd rush into any ONE of the estimated 30,000 street gang headquarters and confront those well armed 800,000 members?
Women, children, and passive men are FAR easier targets. To keep these scumdogs in shape, their liberal masters make up all sort of new and interesting "laws" that allow them to no-knock with impunity, and that, my friends, is that.
These thugs seem to be getting bolder by the day, but I honestly don't think they'd DARE take on men and women with the gumption to fight back. Not when the pickings are ripe, what with all the amiable kids and mommy's to kick around.
Thanks to The War on Guns for the link.