Tuesday, July 25, 2017

LEAWOOD LEGAL PUSH BACK AFTER POLICE WEED RAID GONE WRONG!!!

Progress on a court battle over a mistaken crackdown. Checkit:

Leawood Couple Whose Home Was Raided In Bungled Marijuana Search To Get Day In Court

A Leawood, Kansas, couple whose home was raided by a police tactical team in a bungled SWAT-like search for marijuana will get their day in court after all. The couple, both retired CIA agents, sued the Johnson County Board of Commissioners, Johnson County Sheriff Frank Denning and seven sheriff's deputies over the botched 2012 raid, but a federal judge threw out the case in December 2015.

6 Comments:

Anonymous said...

The Missouri Highway Patrol has nothing better to do than stake out stores that sell hydroponic supplies? The JoCo sheriff's dept found that tea leaves test positive for weed. You can't make this stuff up. Time to end the drug war, it's not only dangerous, counter productive, now it's just laughable. All these clowns are a disgrace to the uniform.

Anonymous said...

The easiest way to bang a hot Leawood married woman is to ask her if she wants to get high. They all want to be a bad girl once in a while. Very easy.

Anonymous said...

Two retired CIA Agents are complaining about Fourth Amendment Rights. Really?

Anonymous said...

Anyone who has researched the history in this story ought to be hoping this couple owns the cops when this case is done. The idea that this shit can go on In America is just tragic. There needs to be serious criminal penalties when government agents are allowed to operate this far out of control. Terrible that citizens have to endure bullshit like this given the state of real crime.

Anonymous said...

They will sue the holy jesus out of Joco for this, and the taxpayers of Joco will have to pay them millions.

Once again: evidence that cops in America are totally out of control. Nobody is safe from them, not even upper middle class retired CIA agents living in high-rent districts.

Donald Campbell said...

You know what? A heartfelt public apology after the event for acting stupid instead of maintaining the myth that they didn't horribly screw up might have forestalled this lawsuit that will make them sorry.