How far is too far when it comes to the police’s war on crime?
This news clip recounts the experiences of the lead singer of a band called O.N.E after he experienced police misconduct first-hand. Michigan’s drug task force entered the lead singer’s private residence while he and his band-mates were recording in his basement recording studio using a search warrant based on an anonymous tip and a marijuana stem supposedly found in the garbage. While searching the home for drugs, police officials seized a number of unrelated property items including the singer’s DVD player, flat-screen TV, and two of his computers—all while discussing what other items they could get away with taking. Get the full story with this video.
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