posted on Jun, 19 2011 @ 07:29 PM
reply to post by JibbyJedi
Ok, in the first video all the facts are not known. The supposed "victim" gets the majority of the expose to explain how he was the victim and how
unhappy he is with the search warrant being conducted. The segment never explains what the Department of Education was looking for in the home or
what was taken. Obviously, this is over some sort of unpaid debt. As a reasonable person, I would think there would be some sort of penalty to
accepting financial assistance from the government but not paying it back. Also what is not considered is if the financial assistance was obtained
through some form of criminal action like identity theft or other form of fraud.
Second video. Drugs were delivered through the mail, addressed to this persons house and in their name. The drugs were discovered and allowed to be
delivered to their destination so an investigation could be furthered.
The news piece does not say why the dogs were killed. As a reasonable person, I assume that the dogs were not killed just because the officer wanted
to but because they were doing what dogs do and were approaching the officers aggressively because they were strangers entering their house.
Would you argue that the search warrant should not be conducted because it is the Mayor's house? I think that would be unfair to all the "common"
folk that, when in the same situation, had a search warrant conducted on their home.
Third video. The video offers no information on whether or not the search warrant was good. You would assume that the guy was innocent because he
said so. As a reasonable person, I know that sometimes criminals lie, especially when they know they are being video taped.
The video also does not show if the dog was coming at the officer aggressively. You automatically assume the officer shot it for no reason. As a
reasonable person, I would assume the dog was acting aggressively because there is a second dog that is scene walking around behind the suspect as he
is on the ground. That dog is not shot because it is not acting aggressively.
It does not matter if there is children present. It is unfortunate that you would blame the police for taking action and not blame the suspect in the
video for selling drugs with a child in the house. If he cared that much about his dogs or child, he should not have been selling drugs which, if
discovered, causes the police to investigate and obtain a search warrant.