known as asset forfeiture. The third includes this:
Beth Grossman, who heads the Public Nuisance Task Force in
Philadelphia, recently appeared on 1210 WPHD with Dick Morris in an
attempt to defend that city’s massive civil forfeiture program:
Dick Morris: But if the jury finds that there was [no drug dealing],
and finds that the person is innocent, and you forfeited the house, you
don’t give it back. You keep the money.
Beth Grossman: Well, first of all, people are not found innocent,
they are found not guilty, because the common law cannot achieve—
Dick Morris: That is hysterical. You’re saying that it’s okay to
seize the house because they’re found not guilty? Rather than innocent?
Are you really saying that?
Your police at work. Go read all three, and be prepared for blood-pressure spikes.