Why/how do police raid so many wrong addresses and face no consequences?


SPRING VALLEY — A village resident said that police conducting drug raids early this morning targeted the wrong house where they roused his family out bed, pointed a machine gun at his 13-year-old daughter and threatened to shoot their poodle.


1 Answer

  • drdr
    Lv 7
    10 years ago
    Favorite Answer

    your assumption that there are not consequences is false, disciplined officers have the right of privacy in most cases, and in others the time it takes for due process to reach a conclusion causes it to fall from public view

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