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#1 User is offline   pepperonikkid 

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  Posted 09 February 2019 - 11:13 AM

New Surveillance Footage of FBI Raid on Roger Stone's Home Reveals Excessive Show of Force



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by Debra Heine
February 8, 2019


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Newly released surveillance footage from former Trump adviser Roger Stone's home shows CNN arriving about an hour before a fleet of trucks filled with heavily armed agents arrived to arrest the 66-year-old.

Fox News' Tucker Carlson aired the footage during his show Friday night, saying, "The footage depicts what you'd expect if the FBI raided the home of a Mexican drug lord."

Stone was charged last month on seven counts, including five for making false statements to Congress, one for witness tampering, and one for obstruction of a government proceeding.

"For context, Roger Stone is a senior citizen accused of false statements to Congress. Take a look at what happened. It's just before 5 a.m., and an SUV with a CNN cameraman arrives first to this quiet street in Fort Lauderdale, Florida," Carlson said.

"Almost exactly one hour later, trucks with heavily-armed men arrive in front of Roger Stone's house. Immediately CNN's cameraman jumps out of the car, camera on shoulder, capturing the footage," he added. "The feds assemble on Stone's driveway. They're wearing ballistic armor and carrying assault weapons with 30-round magazines, red-dot sights, and tactical flashlights mounted to their barrel shrouds. One has his gun hanging by a strap while he carries a battering ram in his left hand. All of the men have sidearms holstered on their waists."



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Posted 09 February 2019 - 11:22 AM

That is a tactical High Risk takedown. It's intended to show force to ensure the person (usually a violent felon or someone with a history of resisting arrest) surrenders. I have been involved in an ad hoc one where a guy who was known to fight with LEO's was arrested with no injuries simply because 10 of us showed up to the car he was in. He had a axe handle in the car, so it could have been ugly for 2 or 3 officers but with 10 not so much, he got out of the car and turned around hands behind his back.

On the other hand if it is a nonviolent felon we show up with 2 officers and serve the warrant, no harm no foul, if the person has a lawyer we ask them to turn themselves in on their own. None of this grandstanding BS.

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Posted 09 February 2019 - 11:37 AM

Note in the video that the FBI car pulls up to the CNN SUV and they talk for awhile before pulling away, so there is proof positive that they were expecting CNN and had willingly worked with/coordinated with them to publicize this arrest and to make Stone appear like a dangerous thug in the public eye to damage his credibility.

They didn't even try to make CNN keep their distance or leave like with any other arrest.

They did this all on purpose.

There was no need for such a show and use of force or to conduct it at 5:45 AM also unnecessarily and willfully endangering Stone, his wife and all of his nearby neighbors suddenly waking them and pointing their loaded high powered weapons at him and his wife.

Screw the crooked FBI and their deep state BS.

The FBI is a truly worthless agency that only does the work for the deep state criminals and it needs to be disbanded.

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Posted 09 February 2019 - 11:41 AM

View PostTaggart Transcontinental, on 09 February 2019 - 11:22 AM, said:

That is a tactical High Risk takedown. It's intended to show force to ensure the person (usually a violent felon or someone with a history of resisting arrest) surrenders. I have been involved in an ad hoc one where a guy who was known to fight with LEO's was arrested with no injuries simply because 10 of us showed up to the car he was in. He had a axe handle in the car, so it could have been ugly for 2 or 3 officers but with 10 not so much, he got out of the car and turned around hands behind his back.

On the other hand if it is a nonviolent felon we show up with 2 officers and serve the warrant, no harm no foul, if the person has a lawyer we ask them to turn themselves in on their own. None of this grandstanding BS.

And not doing it while they are asleep bursting in unnecessarily creating a dangerous situation for the family and the officers.

If I awoke hearing my door being banged on/in like most I'd be grabbing for my handgun. That is a natural instinctive response to go into defense mode when startled awake. Many innocent home owners are shot and killed by police (after making big mistakes in serving a warrant in the middle of the night at a wrong address) awakened the residents and the resident had instinctively reached for a weapon.
Anyone can say they are the police or whatever. It's happened before numerous times with criminal home invasions.

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Posted 09 February 2019 - 12:02 PM

This should piss off every single American.

This is government abuse through and through.

All becuase we have a president that won’t play thier games. This right here is going get Trump re-elected. The Dems, once again, overreached.
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Posted 09 February 2019 - 12:08 PM

View PostRock N, on 09 February 2019 - 11:41 AM, said:

And not doing it while they are asleep bursting in unnecessarily creating a dangerous situation for the family and the officers.

If I awoke hearing my door being banged on/in like most I'd be grabbing for my handgun. That is a natural instinctive response to go into defense mode when startled awake. Many innocent home owners are shot and killed by police (after making big mistakes in serving a warrant in the middle of the night at a wrong address) awakened the residents and the resident had instinctively reached for a weapon.
Anyone can say they are the police or whatever. It's happened before numerous times with criminal home invasions.

This was a big deal in my hometown back in 1989. Executing a nighttime, no-knock warrant like a full blown invasion based on BS info from a scumbag CI got a cop killed and devastated two families.



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Man innocent of police murder during drug raid

TITUSVILLE, Fla. -- A 58-year-old man was acquitted of murder in the death of a policeman during a no-knock drug raid by masked law officers who stormed the house behind the blasts of concussion grenades.

The jury acquitted painter Charles DiGristine late Wednesday in the shooting of Officer Stephen House, whose widow, Cammy, wept as the verdict was read.

'I ain't got nothing against the police and hope they don't have anything against me,' DiGristine said. 'The only thing they did wrong was use a confidential informant who didn't know what he was talking about.'

A special police unit raided DiGristine's home Feb. 15 with a warrant obtained with information that a cache of drugs and armed guards were inside the house. Officers found only a small amount of marijuana belonging to Joey DiGristine, 16.

Charles DiGristine testified he was terrified the night of the raid when he heard explosions, the sound of the front door being smashed and his wife's screams.

He grabbed his pistol from his bedroom and fired at a man in dark clothing and a black mask who crashed into the room.

DiGristine testified he feared for his life and had no idea the intruder was a policeman.



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Posted 09 February 2019 - 12:36 PM

View PostRock N, on 09 February 2019 - 11:37 AM, said:

Note in the video that the FBI car pulls up to the CNN SUV and they talk for awhile before pulling away, so there is proof positive that they were expecting CNN and had willingly worked with/coordinated with them to publicize this arrest and to make Stone appear like a dangerous thug in the public eye to damage his credibility.

They didn't even try to make CNN keep their distance or leave like with any other arrest.

They did this all on purpose.

There was no need for such a show and use of force or to conduct it at 5:45 AM also unnecessarily and willfully endangering Stone, his wife and all of his nearby neighbors suddenly waking them and pointing their loaded high powered weapons at him and his wife.

Screw the crooked FBI and their deep state BS.

The FBI is a truly worthless agency that only does the work for the deep state criminals and it needs to be disbanded.


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Posted 09 February 2019 - 02:03 PM

Authorities using excessive force? Imagine that.
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Posted 09 February 2019 - 02:06 PM

View PostLadybird, on 09 February 2019 - 02:03 PM, said:

Authorities using excessive force? Imagine that.

Agreed. WLM.
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Posted 09 February 2019 - 02:30 PM

View Postpepperonikkid, on 09 February 2019 - 11:13 AM, said:

Newly released surveillance footage from former Trump adviser Roger Stone's home shows CNN arriving about an hour before a fleet of trucks filled with heavily armed agents arrived to arrest the 66-year-old.


CNN is notified of raids before they happen? :blink:
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Posted 09 February 2019 - 03:12 PM

View PostLadybird, on 09 February 2019 - 02:03 PM, said:

Authorities using excessive force? Imagine that.


Yeah, because Stone was resisting and not following the commands of law enforcement over and over again, therefore necessitating that use of force!

Oh...wait....
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