Our informant says this is the house.
What could go possibly go wrong?
A 61-year-old man was shot to death by police while his wife was handcuffed in another room during a drug raid on the wrong house.
Police admitted their mistake, saying faulty information from a drug informant contributed to the death of John Adams Wednesday night. They intended to raid the home next door.
“I thought it was a home invasion. I said ‘Baby, get your gun!,” she said, sitting amid friends and relatives gathered at her home to cook and prepare for Sunday’s funeral.
Police say her husband fired first with a sawed-off shotgun and they responded. He was shot at least three times and died later at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville.
Try and justify it because the owner had a 'sawed-off shotgun." I don't care if he responded with a bazooka! He had every right to defend himself and his wife from what they rightfully perceived to be a home invasion.
“We did the best surveillance we could do, and a mistake was made,” Lebanon Police Chief Billy Weeks said. “It’s a very severe mistake, a costly mistake. It makes us look at our own policies and procedures to make sure this never occurs again.” He said, however, the two policemen were not at fault.
Of course the two policemen aren't at fault. They were just following orders, right?
Read the rest here.
Fortify your homes so they can't get in easily. Gives you time to punch through the stack. Home invaders sometimes wear badges.