Thursday, March 30, 2017

More reason why I refer to it as 'Theft under color of law'

The Drug Enforcement Administration seized more than $4 billion in cash from people suspected of drug activity over the last decade, but $3.2 billion of those seizures were never connected to any criminal charges.
In total, the Inspector General reports the DEA seized $4.15 billion in cash since 2007, accounting for 80 percent of all Justice Department cash seizures. Those figures do not include other property, such as cars and electronics, which are favorite targets for seizure by law enforcement.


Dan said...

Since those stealing this cash are invariably armed the most appropriate term
for their criminality is FELONY ARMED ROBBERY. And the appropriate response to
ALL armed robbers is to kill them. As long as the practicioners of this abuse
can engage in it with personal immunity they have no incentive to stop. Want
it to stop? Make them pay a HUGE price......A personal price.

Anonymous said...

I travel one our states interstates regularly and see almost without fail one county's deputy's sitting in the median sometimes as many as 4 vehicles one of them being a K9 unit. They ignore speeders in general as far as I've seen but every stop (I've seen a bunch) they have the stopped car nearly disassembled with the occupants handcuffed while the dog sniffs their stuff. All about money.