April 26th, 2006 - Open Knowledge
Apr. 26th, 2006
Tape Reveals Terrifying Campaign In War On Drugs
Mon, 07 Feb 2005 14:36:50 -0800
In a horrific case of police brutality and blatant disregard for Civil Rights, five Tennessee law enforcement officers found out the hard way what can happen when citizens record the truth of what really goes down during a supposed drug raid.
Lester Eugene Siler’s experience with police terrorism was tape recorded by his wife in their home during a two hour ordeal with Tennessee police officers.
To Tennessee law enforcement, it was just another day fighting the War on Drugs by any means necessary.
However, as this story illustrates, when citizens take it upon themselves to uphold their Constitutional rights by any means necessary, they shine a light of truth on what is really happening on the frontlines of America’s War on Drugs.
[Posted By Namaste_Rich]
By Jamie Satterfield
Republished from Knoxville News-Sentinel
Five Tennessee Police Officers Launched The Attack With A Stunningly Simple Message - "It's (expletive) over, son."
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