Fuck that search warrant

Yeah, there may a warrant for his arrest but that doesn’t mean a cop can come strolling on in any time he wants. Not only that, then he threatens the woman with having her kids taken away because she’s understandably pissed – and all this is over traffic court.

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27 Responses to Fuck that search warrant

  1. Padawan says:

    I don’t know about anywhere else but in NH “no knock” warrants are perfectly legal.

    • Andrew says:

      Yeah, but they have to have a ‘no knock’ warrant issued. Just having an arrest warrant doesn’t meet the criteria.

      If the cop sees the person run into the house, or if they can see the person (through a window or door) then the arrest warrant can suffice.

      If it is just the suspicion of the subject being in the house, then a search warrant or a ‘no knock’ warrant is needed to supplement the arrest warrant.

      So far. We’re not Great Britain yet. Yet.

      • Padawan says:

        Nope. “No knock” warrant is exactly as it sounds here. There are a broad variety of “requirements” for it but if they get the warrant they’re allowed to barge right into your home/business/whatever without knocking/prior warning and conduct the warrant search.

  2. B says:

    So, at a minimum, breaking and entering.

  3. Joe says:

    Does anyone really doubt that America has become a police state?
    It will only get worse, unless there is some drastic change.

  4. Winston Smith says:

    It amazes me these don’t result in a Dead or at least a Shot Cop.
    I assume anyone busting into my house is there to harm my family regardless of what he is shouting. If you’re legit, just knock on the door and we’ll talk like adults.

  5. rayvet says:

    Can’t do the time, don’t do the crime. As soon as the smart assed metrosexual little boy (waaah, you’re hurting me, you’re hurting me) missed court date he became fair game. And I believe that an officer doesn’t have to “knock” if there’s a warrant out for someone. Is that correct? And at the beginning of the video, what was the delinquent doing over by the door? Answering it? Locking it? I believe before the video, this mother and son Bonnie and Clyde knew exactly who was on the other side.

  6. Al says:

    All warrants are dead or alive! If police have a warrant for you for ANYTHING no matter how trivial it is a dead or alive warrant ! You will bow down to the king! Welcome to the police state the same state that brought you the Kent state shooting of unarmed protesters, Waco, ruby ridge and countless others, think about it!

    • Free Citizen says:

      Does a 911 call give the cops the right to wander around your house? The police dept tells us it does. It happened to us. My wife has severe health problems. We don’t call 911 anymore and call the ambulance direct. It is also quicker.

      • Wirecutter says:

        If you let a cop into your house, you’re giving him permission to search ‘for his own safety’.

        • Unclezip says:

          I’ve had a cop request entry so we could “talk”. I said sure, as soon as you disarm. Conversation finished.

          • Wirecutter says:

            I told a cop once that I could hear him fine through the security door. He got a little upset but what could he do – the security door was locked.

        • Andrew says:

          Always either talk through a steel security door or step out and close the door. CLOSE THE DAMNED DOOR.

          If you’re talking through a security door, have one of those three fold privacy screens blocking the view into the house. Don’t let the po-po see into your building for nothing.

          Make them work for it. Anything they can see through the door or uncovered window can be used to ‘justify’ a future search warrant.

  7. mark r says:

    Looks like they just won the lottery.

    • rayvet says:

      The won’t find 12 to convict on anything other than a cop getting an idiot off the streets. That’s how I’d vote on the jury. Fuckers break the law, you got what’s coming to you.

      • Bacon says:

        In many of your other comments, you rail (right along with the rest of us) against the asshole politicians who write illegal “laws”. Yet you are ready to hang fellow citizens out to dry, based on those same illegalities.

        Ain’t nobody “got what’s coming to” them. We’re all just trying to survive in a basically insane system (and sadly, it’s still the best one on the planet). The “fuckers who break the law” are the ones writing them.

        • rayvet says:

          I know what your getting at but this will NEVER happen to me. My lifestyle doesn’t put me in a position that a cop would ever be serving a warrant on me for missing a court date. Sorry, these stories almost always wreak of self inflicted problems and I just have a whole lot of trouble drumming up sympathy for criminals.

          • Wirecutter says:

            I once got a summons for jury duty at 5 o’clock in the afternoon saying I had to report at 9 AM the same morning and I found out there was a bench warrant issued for me when I called in to find out to ask what the fuck was going on. That was just about 3-4 years ago.

          • Shell says:

            Contrary to popular, and obviously your, opinion, being charged with a crime does not make you a criminal. “Innocent until proven guilty” and all that, innit?

            Do try to be consistent.

          • UH1H CE says:

            when they came for the Gypies, I didn’t care, because I’m not a Gypsie…..

            … When they finally me, there was nobody left to care.

  8. Rob says:

    An armed man breaks into the house, threatens the occupants & their children. Is he protected by the law because he carries a badge?

  9. PoppaGary says:

    My son-in-law has been unable to work for years due to documented medical problems, but was still on the hook for child support. He would make payments as scheduled most of the time, but would fall behind on occasion and a warrant would be issued..no problems so far. They would run these with all the other felony and dangerous warrants in the middle of the night even though he has no history of resistance, owning weapons, not showing up when he knew a warrant was in place, etc.
    Almost shot their German Shepard one time.
    I understand warrants, but they should be served in a manner consistent with the “fugitives” history. They are lucky I was never at home or awakened by armed suspects surrounding their house. It only added to the general distrust by the average citizen and is a waste of resources to execute violent warrants on non-violent peoples.
    AND to top it off, they kept processing his support due based on the good job he had at the time which paid on commission and refused to revisit his payments until recently when they realized he was not just bs’ing them and now they are clearing up the past due since he had no means to ever pay more than a meager monthly payment. (And no I am not advocating for dead beat dads, but the system is known to screw some of them over too)

    • Andrew says:

      Too often these days the ‘warrants sweeps’ are used as training exercises for the local SWAT teams, which has resulted in a rash of dead dogs and broken homes.

      Other exciting things Cop SWAT teams have done during warrant sweeps is set fires by tossing flash-bangs on sofas or into cribs (oops,) destroying lots of doors and windows and other random acts of destruction.

      I am all for warrant sweeps, but not the use of SWAT for anything less than violent felon warrant arrests. Guy missing a kid payment or missing a misdemeanor court appearance (hey, it happened to me and I worked for the police), nah, just a regular sheriff or warrant officer during the day, thank you.

      And most of the warrants should just be a servicing warrant, you know, “Dude, show up tomorrow morning or do expect us to arrest you.”

      My arrest warrant for that misdemeanor charge missed court appearance even though I told my lawyer I was at the hospital and… It was issued at 4:59pm on a Friday, and I got arrested (fortunately released on my own recognizance) on the following Sunday at 6:00AM (and the fuckers knew I worked for the cops, too.) I got the notice of a warrant issued on my ass the following Thursday. Fuckers.

      • UH1H CE says:

        I think that police should be held to the same rules of engagement as our military are when they are dealing with civilians in hostile locales to include being polite and respectful.

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