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The issue here is that in less than 24 hours from setup, the house was busted. No information was `leaked` to incite a bust. Now, FLIR (`heat cameras`) are *not valid evidence* to produce a search warrant, so they have to say that "an informant told us" (unlikely, as the purpose was to expose illegal searches), or that "I was driving by and smelled it" (impossible, none present).
The point of the video is this: the search warrant to raid the house was illegally obtained, and therefore the police in question broke the law.
But I agree that marijuana is no worse a drug than tobacco or alcohol, and needs to be legalized and taxed-all-to-hell.
Were the police doing something illegal or what?
I think this whole video kinda left some crucial background info out...
"Reporter: At this point they`re trying to see if any laws were broken."
Watch our show!
How does setting up a house like a drug house to have cops come search it prove anything?
They`re going to waste the police`s time when they could be busting real criminals for fake poo.
Sweet. what`s next? a puppet show?
... Its not like the cops saw like oak leaves and thought OH! POT! ATTACK!
... i dont know.
Get a job retard.
Doesn`t seem like an actual charitable cause, but more like a publicity stunt now.