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unaccredited grassroots Web site

That’s what they called a blogger so they could raid his house. Raided and computers seized. For criticizing bad cops.

8 Responses to “unaccredited grassroots Web site”

  1. Huck Says:

    It looks like Jeff Pataky was right about there being bad cops in Phoenix. Not to mention at least one bad judge as well.

  2. dustydog Says:

    See a need, fill a need. We need somebody to start a webpage and accredit bloggers as members of the press.

  3. ExurbanKevin Says:

    Phoenix is #1 for kidnappings in the nation (not to mention drug smuggling/human trafficking), and yet the Phoenix PD finds the time to do this?

    *sigh*

    I shoot with Phoenix PD members all the time. They’re professional, polite and competent. But this sort of thing is just silly, and harms the image of the department in the eyes of the public.

  4. Billll Says:

    The account I read had the cops inspecting the equipment, and confiscating the modem and the router. Plainly they didn’t send the IT unit, whose ninja gear must have been out at the cleaners.

  5. Linoge Says:

    Seems to me that just about any politically-affiliated weblog would fall under this supposed category.

    The judge in question had no business signing off on the warrant, and the police officers has no business executing it, but I have to wonder what will happen when they try and do it again to an … armed … household.

  6. Ken S, Fifth String on the Banjo of Life Says:

    Um.

    Wow.

    Sadly, this doesn’t surprise me though.

    I hereby accredit all blogs I’ve ever read, including ones I don’t agree with. I can do that. Because I said so.

  7. deadcenter Says:

    hasn’t slowed them down much and that has to be causing lots of heartburn among the so-called “leadership” of the PPD.

  8. John Says:

    “unaccredited grassroots”? I would take that as a compliment, even though it’s not meant that way.