Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Police Execute Warrant on Video

9 comments:

Amaleen6 said...

I was waiting for, "I didn't do it," but I didn't hear anything other than, "Why would they break in over something so minor?"

Randie said...

Peter, Will you do an analysis on this video. It was released by Zenya Hernandez just a few minutues ago.

http://www.bringabbyhome.com/miss-you/

stark3923 said...

looks like a drug den to me...

intent to distribute....

imo

Anonymous said...

Drug dealer and at least one gun inside. That explains the swat style entry.

Sus said...

A gun, two "visitors" with a criminal record, cams to watch who's entering...

Mom had better think twice about who's endangering her life.

Btw, the station made a teeny mistake. They had the name wrong and the "visitor" has a loooong criminal record, including a couple of assaults and DV.

Anonymous said...

gestapo
i dont think the cops knew the two with a history were there so they had no reason to storm the home that way.
if just owning a registered gun warrants that kind of search, i wouldn't register my gun.
bet they can't even re-coop on the damage done to their home, and the cops didn't find anything they were looking for.

in their defense, lately there have been 4 cops i know of, in the surrounding area, that have been shot and killed while serving simple paperwork.

Anonymous said...

imo the cops who disabled the cameras should be reprimanded.

Skeptical said...

I understand disabling the camera on the outside to keep the serving of the warrant a secret. The disabling of the one on the inside was unnecessary and a "CYA" move on the part of the police.

The man did say he was in the bathroom. He probably flushed any drugs.

C5H11ONO said...

I gather the fact that the guy mentioned he was in the bathroom with his "weapon" as he consistently referred to it, doesn't actually mean that he lives with someone who is controlling? Could his mom be the ultimate manipulator? Who takes their gun with them to the bathroom?

He consistently called it a weapon. I am curious about that choice. I would call it a gun, but he called it a weapon. Are these people anti-government types?