Saturday, October 13, 2012

Make these sorry bastard excuses for lawmen personally liable

for the damages and injuries; screw immunity when they do crap like this.
A 12-year-old girl suffered burns to one side of her body when a flash grenade went off next to her as a police SWAT team raided a West End home Tuesday morning.
"She has first- and second-degree burns down the left side of her body and on her arms," said the girl's mother, Jackie Fasching. "She's got severe pain. Every time I think about it, it brings tears to my eyes."
But don't worry, it's all ok, because
 No arrests were made during the raid and no charges have been filed, although a police spokesman said afterward that some evidence was recovered during the search.


Investigators with the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office say they accidently served a search warrant on the wrong house, while looking for a suspected drug dealer in Burke County. WJBF News Channel 6 is the only station to talk with the victim.
Treat says she thought her family’s lives were in danger, she thought the officers were there to help, but she knew that wasn’t the case, when she says at, gun point, the police ordered her, her pregnant daughter, and her 3 year old granddaughter, to get on the floor.
“Two officers were standing over the top of me with guns.” says Treat.
She says the officers searched her house for almost an hour, she says cussing, and calling her a liar, before realizing they had the wrong address. The house they were looking for was two doors down.

1 comment:

Luton Ian said...

I've yet to see an organization act.

only individuals act, so logically, only individuals can be held to account for actions.

Found this, which is err "fitting" to the subject being discussed