The Drug Enforcement Administration issued an apology Wednesday to a California student who was picked up during a drug raid and left in a holding cell for several days without food, water or access to a toilet.
Five days, maybe they had a good reason?
Chong, 23, was never arrested, was not going to be charged with a crime and should have been released, said a law enforcement official who was briefed on the DEA case and spoke on the condition of anonymity.
Nope, it’s that none of the officers cared to do their job. When he screamed for help they ignored him. Of course the statement of how this individual is going to correct the situation is classic jazz hands.
Sherman says the event is not indicative of the high standards to which he holds his employees. He says he has personally ordered an extensive review of his office’s policies and procedures.
State Sponsored Criminal Count 320: DEA
Because officers of the law can forget about citizens and abuse them all they like. To the point of near death, it’s all good for the “war on nouns” right?
TMM is the owner, editor, and principal author at The Minuteman, a competitive shooter, and staff member for Boomershoot. Even in his free time he’s merging his love and knowledge of computers and technology with his love of firearms.
Many know his private name and information however due to the current political climate, many are distancing themselves due to the abandonment of Due Process.
I’m sensing one hell of a lawsuit here for wrongful imprisonment and neglect.
Yup, and who gets to pay? Not the criminals responsible for it.
Unfortunately true, but maybe if we’re lucky it will result in the agents responsible losing their jobs.