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December 13, 2005

Could this happen to <span style="font-style:italic;">you</span>?

by Robert

The War on Drugs is reminiscent of the tyranny that our forbearers revolted against. Hyperbole? I think not. There’s a horrible miscarriage of justice, which Radly Balko summarizes this way:

Cops mistakenly break down the door of a sleeping man, late at night, as part of drug raid. Turns out, the man wasn't named in the warrant, and wasn't a suspect. The man, frightened for himself and his 18-month old daughter, fires at an intruder who jumps into his bedroom after the door's been kicked in. Turns

out that the man, who is black, has killed the white son of the town's police chief. He's casino online/a> later convicted and sentenced to death by a white jury. The man has no criminal record, and police rather tellingly changed their story about drugs (rather, traces of viagra best price drugs) in his possession at the time of the raid.

…with liberty and justice for all?

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Battlepanda has a round-up of blogs—of all persuasions—that shed light on this travesty. levaquin cipro Join the chorus so maybe, just maybe, those that support the criminalization of “drugs” will see the consequences of creeping authoritarianism.

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  1. I hope someone will be able to come forward and help this man. This looks like a really screwed up case. This is the reason for appeals.

    Comment by TF Stern — December 14, 2005 @ 12:18 am
  2. As far as I can see, Cory is guilty of nothing. He was defending himself. He didn’t know these were police officers in his house.

    Comment by Eric — December 14, 2005 @ 7:30 am

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