BIRMINGHAM, Alabama -- The owner of a small beer, wine, and homebrewing supply chain says three agents from the Alabama Alcoholic Beverage Control Board raided his unopened store late Thursday afternoon and took $7,000 worth of home beer brewing supplies, including boxes of beer brewing kits, carboys, immersion chillers, and books about brewing.
A northern Indiana man whose wife committed suicide three days after Internal Revenue Service agents raided their home is suing the U.S. government for wrongful death. Denise Simon and her 10-year-old daughter were the only ones home when about 10 armed IRS agents raided their residence on Nov. 6, 2007.
Danville home raided in connection with dispensary
DANVILLE, Calif. (KGO) -- State narcotics agents and police raided two East Bay locations Wednesday afternoon. They served search warrants at a Newark medical marijuana dispensary and at a private home in Danville where the owners allegedly live.
The Bureau of Narcotics Enforcement, the Danville Police Department, and the Newark Police Department cooperated in a raid at a Danville home. Crime scene tape was up around the home for hours as police searched it.
When UK plumber Ian Puddick discovered his wife was having an affair, he contacted his wife's employer to have her moved to another department away from her lover. Ian's wife's lover was using his company expense account to woo her. When Ian went public with this information the result was a £1 million counter-terrorsim investigation. Ian's home and business were raided by Police and that was just the beginning.
If you think if you do nothing wrong you have nothing to hide, this story will likely change your mind.