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Why Not Being Able To Respond To “No Knock Raids” Is Dangerous

In Baltimore a story comes to us about robbers dressing as police officers, knocking down the door and then robbing the people in the home, three times so far. I heard a real police officer saying on the local radio, that people who have had no contact with police or have to worry about police, shouldn’t expect the police to break down their doors. I thought to myself, how ridiculous to have to explain that, and then I thought of Indiana and how you are not supposed to respond to “police” breaking into your home with deadly force. It would be these types of criminals who are “smarter” then the judges who passed that law. It would be these types of criminals that you would keep a gun in your home to respond to a break in with deadly force. Real Or Not, No One Should Be Breaking Into Your Home Period, It Creates A Deadly Situation

For the third time in a week, city police are investigating a home invasion in which men identifying themselves as police rushed into a home and bound and robbed its occupants.

“We are enormously concerned about this,” said police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi. “This is an egregious violation of the trust that individuals place in police, and we are working very hard to catch them.”

At about 6 a.m., police were called to the 2800 block of W. Garrison Ave. in North Baltimore, where the homeowners said they were sleeping when three men dressed in “police-like clothing” entered the room and placed them in plastic “flex cuff” handcuffs, officials said.

The men took an undisclosed amount of cash and electronics, including a video game system, before fleeing.

The incident comes on the heels of a similar home invasion last Monday, when a 32-year-old man was shot when three suspects pretending to be police entered his home in the 1500 block of Medford Road in Northeast Baltimore and bound him and his wife with flex cuffs.

Then, on Friday morning in the 1600 block of Elkins Lane in South Baltimore, a couple said they were bound and robbed by three men who identified themselves as police.

Guglielmi, the police department’s chief spokesman, said investigators are trying to determine whether the incidents are linked, or if others are copying the robbery method. “There’s no correlation based on geography,” he said.

The second amendment is there for protection of one’s self and family when the police cannot help them. It is dangerous when that right is limited or taken away by the same elected politicians who not only carry themselves but have body guards who do carry.

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  1. Being a Hoosier, this of course hits home, and I have been on the horn about the issue. The apologists for the decision, and for upholding the decision, laughably claim that it doesn’t violate anyone’s fourth amendment rights against unreasonable searches and seizures. The mind boggling thing is the the bleeding heart pols, and the yellow-bellied journalists covering it, all freely use the term “Illegal police entry”, as in “Citizens have no right to forcibly resist *illegal* police entry. The remedy? The reason it doesn’t violate the 4th? Because “Well, you can sue later.” Yes, after being beaten senseless by the baton-wielding cop, or shot through the brain, if you think about it, you might sue. But if you resist, you can be charged with a felony. Will the cop be charged with a felony for “illegal entry”. You make the call.

    • Make sure to take this article with you when you go see those elected idiots who are not working fast enough to overturn that insanity! criminals will be doing this in every State that doesn’t allow a citizen to respond to their door breaking down, there is no time to think “is that a cop” there is only time to fire!

  1. Being a Hoosier, this of course hits home, and I have been on the horn about the issue. The apologists for the decision, and for upholding the decision, laughably claim that it doesn’t violate anyone’s fourth amendment rights against unreasonable searches and seizures. The mind boggling thing is the the bleeding heart pols, and the yellow-bellied journalists covering it, all freely use the term “Illegal police entry”, as in “Citizens have no right to forcibly resist *illegal* police entry. The remedy? The reason it doesn’t violate the 4th? Because “Well, you can sue later.” Yes, after being beaten senseless by the baton-wielding cop, or shot through the brain, if you think about it, you might sue. But if you resist, you can be charged with a felony. Will the cop be charged with a felony for “illegal entry”. You make the call.

    • Make sure to take this article with you when you go see those elected idiots who are not working fast enough to overturn that insanity! criminals will be doing this in every State that doesn’t allow a citizen to respond to their door breaking down, there is no time to think “is that a cop” there is only time to fire!

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