No-knock raids which have been ruled “constitutional” by the Supreme Court of the United States are when the police decided that “…citizens are two dangerous…” or “there is evidence we want to ensure we get” and get permission to assault your home, with no warning, not announcing themselves. This often leads to the death of the homeowner as police can shot to kill “…if they feel threaten…” One person was killed when he hard a noise, picked up a golf club came out of his bedroom into a hail of gun fire from FedGov employees. Often people will hear something, pick up bats, and many times guns and without warning FedGov employees will open fire. In a citizen homes. Some times liberal progressives “SWAT” a house by calling in fake information on conservatives. Other times the state “makes a mistake” on the address and ends up murdering completely innocent people. You are one “mistaken” raid away from being murdered in your own home. This is one of the FedGov’s worse intolerable acts.
No-knock warrants approved by democrats (Nanny party) and republicans (police party) for federal agencies, signed by the President and ruled constitutional by the Supreme Court of the United States are legalized state-assassinations. Tens of thousands of no-knock raids happen annually. The number of no-knock raids has increased from 3,000 in 1981 to more than 50,000 in 2005, according to Peter Kraska, a criminologist at Eastern Kentucky University in Richmond, Kentucky. Raids that lead to deaths of innocent people are increasingly common; since the early 1980s, 40 bystanders have been killed, according to the Cato Institute in Washington, DC
We honor this sick situation, on our small way, by using the song No Knock Raid by Lindy as the opening and closing song on the CCS podcast. The gun shots you hear at the end of every podcast are real. They are gun shots by FedGov forces murdering American of Hispanic descent (if it matters) Desert Storm Marine veteran Jose Guerena. He was gunned down by FedGov in his home, in front of his child and wife by creeps in customs. Now his wife has settled a lawsuit against the police for 3.4 million.
Since the officers have immunity for their actions and the cities have insurance, and we the people pay the cost of insurance for the city any way in the form of taxes, basically this is “no cost” murdering of any U.S. citizen at any time. And yes, there have been no-knock warrants issued and the “wrong house” has been raided and people murdered. “By accident.” Innocent bystanders murders. One person never got out of bed, he was shot 17 times while he was laying in bed. Please click on the map below to see specific examples of No Knock raids by our Police State FedGov forces.
Example of one of these incidents State: Washington (eastern outside of the Redoubt)
Description: In March 1992, police in Everett, Washington storm the home of Robin Pratt on a no-knock warrant. They are looking for her husband, who would later be released when the allegations in the warrant turned out to be false. Though police had a key to the apartment, they instead choose to throw a 50-pound battering ram through the apartment’s sliding-glass door. Glass shards land inches away from the couple’s six-year-old daughter and five-year-old niece. One officer encounters Robin Pratt on the way to her bedroom. Hearing other SWAT team members yell “Get down!” Pratt falls to her knees. She then raises her head briefly to say, “Please don’t hurt my children.” At that point, Deputy Anthony Aston fires his weapon, putting a bullet in her neck, killing her. Officers next entered the bedroom, where Dep. Aston then put the tip of his MP-5 assault submachine gun against Larry Pratt’s head. When Pratt asked if he could move, another officer said that if he did, he’d have his head blown off. Though a subsequent investigation by a civilian inquest jury found the shooting “unjustified,” the officer who shot and killed Pratt was never charged. Sources: Jolayne Houtz, “Suit filed against city, county in SWAT death — Officers also named in Everett shooting,” Seattle Times, October 16, 1992. Rick Anderson, “License to Kill,” Seattle Weekly, November 3, 1999.
Lesson, let the Police State murder your wife, in her home and don’t blink while they do it. See your future, known your fate.
TUCSON (AP) – The family of a former Marine who was killed when a SWAT team raided his Tucson-area home in 2011 has settled a lawsuit with four police agencies for $3.4 million, a newspaper reported Thursday.
Jose Guerena’s widow had filed a $20 million claim against Pima County and the towns of Marana, Sahuarita and Oro Valley, all of which had officers on the SWAT team.
It was a “calculated risk management settlement,” Pima County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry told the Arizona Daily Star.
The Pima County Regional SWAT team raided four houses on May 5, 2011, looking for items they believed could be linked to drug trafficking and home invasions.
When the team knocked open the door at the Guerena home, Jose Guerena was at the end of a hallway holding an AR-15 rifle, according to officers.
Five SWAT team officers fired 71 shots, striking him 22 times, Sheriff’s Department records show.
Vanessa Guerena’s lawsuit said the SWAT team acted negligently throughout the process, from the time the detective signed the search warrant until after the shooting, when officers waited more than an hour to give 26-year-old Jose Guerena medical treatment.
A grand jury indictment released shortly after the shooting alleges Jose Guerena and some family members were part of a drug trafficking organization, and the raid was made as part of the investigation, the Star reported. More here:
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