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From Cato: The RaidMap

On October 17, 2010, in Drug War, federal, states, by Eapen Thampy

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  1. Randall H. Trantham says:

    I have personal experience in r/t this type travesty. I had a “goon squad” come to my door and pull me from my home at gunpoint with no warrant; of course a warrant appears six months later, and the washed-out affidavit at ten months. I had no criminal history and had committed no act whatsoever, even innocent. Yes, legal malpractice; yes, siezure and ransom held over a life in the process of completing education. I did not lay down; I wanted the courts to give remedy; more dobermans guarding pork chops. Until the laws change (some sort of requirement for independent digital recordation of affidavits) there will be nothing but backdating, as goes on every day. Criminal charges dismissed upon suppression after this case of sending my son and his mommie in with a wire, to search and search only. This is “omitted” in the affidavit, as well as the police involvement. Rubber-stamp or conspiracy (judicial error), you take your pick. Money returned; school interrupted and career with state license has never gotten on track. Let’s hear it for justice. Oh yes, too damn many immunities; qualified immunity is absolute for all practical purposes. I will seek review from the U.S. Supreme Court. I am pro se. Need help, unless the ABA says it needs stay at status quo.

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