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    Posted March 5, 2014 by
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    Foreclosure Terror: Cops Break Into Home At Gunpoint

     

    That's OK Because They "Think" It's in Foreclosure?

    So now foreclosure defendants have a whole new set of things to worry about.  If the police think your home might be in foreclosure it might be ok for the police to break in at gunpoint.  What this story shows is the danger we all face because government at all levels are deciding that those who are suffering are not entitled to the rights that we are all entitled to.

    "We responded there under the impression that it was a house that was either in foreclosure or that was vacant," he said. "We do have several of those in the city, and we do have problems with vagrants moving into those houses."

    Largo police have apologized for entering a home without a search warrant and kicking in a bedroom door at a transitional housing property where they believed vagrants had taken over an empty home, according to a Sergeant who was there at the time.  The incident happened around noon on Sunday at a home located on 128th Lane N., in Largo, according to dispatch records.  "We explained to them why we were there and why we were in the house," said Sgt. Andrew Hill. "(We) immediately told them that we were absolutely sorry for coming into the house."

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