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Victim of Warrantless, Wrong-Door Raid: “I’m not the same person”

3 years agoNews : Reason

After finding two bodies in a burned-out SUV earlier this month, the Bernalillo County Sheriff’s Office traced the vehicle’s owner to the El Pueblo Apartments in Albuquerque, New Mexico. On April 10, the officers gathered at the complex to conduct a raid. At the last minute, they noticed activity in a unit two doors away, and decided to raid that one, oo—without a warrant.
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