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Think sobriety protects you from "The War On Drugs?" Think again.


"Keeley said his wife and 9-year-old accompanied him to the home on Sunday to clean it up and get it ready for new tenants. Inside the home, Keeley said he found eight bags of narcotics hidden behind the walls.

Keeley said he immediately called the authorities, but he was shocked by their reaction. Officers interrogated him and his wife before arresting them on charges of tampering with evidence, he said.

Keeley said officers threatened to send their 9-year-old to the Department of Family and Children Services, but a neighbor stepped up to watch him."

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This is an outrage.

Countless examples of things like this, but it never ceases to anger me.

"Keeley said officers threatened to send their 9-year-old to the Department of Family and Children Services..."


Police state strides forward

Thank you for posting this my friend.
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Don't talk to the police.


Free includes debt-free!

Awesome video


Never call the enforcers

they don't work for us. They work for the criminals who have usrped the highest offices in this land. If we could call an "oath keeper" maybe things would be different but for the most part...calling the "authorities" will do nothing but cause you more problems and paperwork.

Drugs shouldn't be illegal anyway. Why try to get someone put in a cage for a using or selling drugs?

bumping with . . .

obvious concern--

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

they shouldn't have acted so

they shouldn't have acted so suspiciously.

Wow, wow, wow

that is really sad.

"We can see with our eyes, hear with our ears and feel with our touch, but we understand with our hearts."

Not all that surprising in Clayton County

This is in Clayton County: If Georgia needed an enema, this is where they'd stick the tube. I had $4K stolen from me about 5 years ago in this county, and when I presented airtight evidence to the police showing them who did it, their response was "well.....we're really busy...." (Seriously)

Oh, and they just reelected Victor Hill as Sheriff-- he's got something like 30 pending felony charges against him for corruption.

Clayton County School board is one of only two in the entire country to have lost its accreditation, and they're on shaky ground again after having just gotten it back a couple years ago!

Terribly sad how these thugs with a badge behave down there. The houseowners ought to sue the bejeesus out of the Clayton cops for false arrest.