I find it slightly hypocritical that the article written from a former DEA agent who most likely participated in these same types of violations is now speaking out about them. Yet throughout his post he fails to mention the Utah National Guard unit that refused to disarm the locals during the aftermath of hurricane Katrina. He didn't seem to want to try and educate the departments on what the law means, he just criticizes them. As a former supervisory DEA agent, he has more pull with LEO's and military that the average citizen. He should be using that for education purposes, instead of condemning people he doesn't even know.
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