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Man Dies in Police Raid on Wrong House
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Quote:A 61-year-old man was shot to death by

police while his wife was handcuffed in another room during a drug

raid on the wrong house.

Police admitted their mistake, saying faulty information from a drug informant contributed to the death of John Adams Wednesday night. They intended to raid the home next door.

The two officers, 25-year-old Kyle Shedran and 24-year-old Greg Day, were placed on administrative leave with pay
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http://abcnews.go.com/US/story?id=95475&...Xfx1aIrqSq

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#2
I'm tired of hearing of informants giving the wrong information and someone else dies. I think that in those instances the informant should face murder charges and these two cops should be facing manslaughter a the very least. Of course all of this is said without knowing the full story or having seen the evidence.
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#3
No mention of shooting a dog. Cops are stepping up their game.
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#4
These stories make me really sad.
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#5
Another example of why cops should not be allowed to be militarized. This is also why raids and no knock warrants should be outlawed. Too much innocent blood is being spilled by those that are supposed to serve the public good.

The real terrorists in this country are the militarized police.

I'm also tired of these asshats getting administrative leave WITH pay. They should be in prison, on charges of first degree murder.

Hey, at least they went home safe that day, right?
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I agree with Justin on this one.

Kicking an innocent man's door down, killing him and getting a paid vacation?

If you ask me, it is bullshit.
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We still don't have the facts. Until we do, the only person who deserves prison so far is the idiot informant who probably gave the cops the wrong information on purpose. If the facts show that the cops were completely in the wrong then they should be charged with the highest possible charge, but until we have all of the facts I can't go there. It would be the same as one of us being charged with something, we wouldn't want people to put together a vigilance committee without having all the facts.
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billamj;98221 Wrote:We still don't have the facts. Until we do, the only person who deserves prison so far is the idiot informant who probably gave the cops the wrong information on purpose. If the facts show that the cops were completely in the wrong then they should be charged with the highest possible charge, but until we have all of the facts I can't go there. It would be the same as one of us being charged with something, we wouldn't want people to put together a vigilance committee without having all the facts.

Sorry, I cannot agree with you. Even if they were given bad information they neglected to conduct a proper investigation to determine if a raid was warranted.
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streaker69;98224 Wrote:
billamj;98221 Wrote:We still don't have the facts. Until we do, the only person who deserves prison so far is the idiot informant who probably gave the cops the wrong information on purpose. If the facts show that the cops were completely in the wrong then they should be charged with the highest possible charge, but until we have all of the facts I can't go there. It would be the same as one of us being charged with something, we wouldn't want people to put together a vigilance committee without having all the facts.

Sorry, I cannot agree with you. Even if they were given bad information they neglected to conduct a proper investigation to determine if a raid was warranted.

And we know that there are no 60+ year old dealers and distributors around the nation or even around the block. Oh, wait, that's not quite right.....Dodgy As I said, I won't come down on the cops until I have all the facts, as are required in a court of law.
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#10
You do know this story is 7 years old right?
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