Georgia police raided a retired Atlanta man's garden last Wednesday after a helicopter crew with the Governor's Task Force for Drug Suppression spotted suspicious-looking plants on the man's property. A heavily-armed K9 unit arrived and discovered that the plants were, in fact, okra bushes.
At least they didn't shoot the dog.
The officers eventually apologized and left, but they took some of the
suspicious okra leaves with them for analysis. Georgia state patrol told WSB-TV in Atlanta
that "we've not been able to identify it as of yet. But it did have
quite a number of characteristics that were similar to a cannabis
Yeah. It's a plant.