Opinion: Federal agents should stop cheating

Excerpt from the editorial Viewpoint in today's Register: Here's our reply to the U.S. Attorney office's suggestion there was no way to track back a federal search warrant that allowed federal agents to raid a local business: Who do you think you are?
Anonymous
Nov 13, 2012

 

The search warrant could not be located, Mike Tobin, a spokesman for U.S. Attorney Steven Dettelbach, said when the Register made an initial request for it last week. When a reporter pressed for the document's release it was sealed.

Our community deserves more than a terse dismissal from your office declaring that your own bureaucracy is unable to keep track of a court document giving you permission to raid a local business. Please explain why the very warrant required in the U.S. Constitution's Bill of Rights cannot be tracked, and disclosed?

Click here for a previous story about the Hermes Winery raid.

Perkins football coach Jason Ziegler and players look back on the wild game and its wild finish.  Get a copy of the Register today at a newsstand near you for that story and the rest of this editorial. 

 

Comments

Centauri

It is going to get worse.

man_on_the_street

Keep pushing Register.You never know what the Feds are covering up till its in the light. Ask Woodward and Berstein.

Erie County Resident

Better get used to the no warrant search. Eric Holder and Obama's whole DOJ have no restraints looking at all the events of his administration.

CIA, FBI, ATF, TSA, Homeland Security, DOJ itself, Bengazi, all have big things being swept under the rug.