DEA issues apology for 'wrong-door' raid; Spring Valley man says no one contacted him
SPRING VALLEY - The day after a Rockland family said they were terrorized by heavily armed police who burst into their home looking for someone who didn't live there, the federal agency that organized the drug raid apologized for the incident.
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#1 Jan 15, 2011
These are people without any conscience at all! They could care less if they hurt and terrorize innocent people! No surprise they would lie--they di it all the time in court!
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