Cops Illegally Enter Woman’s Home And Arrest Her After She Told Them To Leave Since They Did Not Have A Warrant
HARRIS COUNTY — A woman recently arrested by deputies with the Harris County Precinct 1 Constable’s Office has filed a formal complaint because she believes they violated her rights.
“What they did in my apartment in front of my kids was uncalled for,” said Jennifer Limon, who recorded the incident last week on her cell phone.
The video shows Limon pleading with the deputies to leave the apartment she shares with her sister and their five small children.
You can hear the deputies asking the women to identify themselves, but the women refuse to comply and demand a search warrant. Then, the video shows the deputies arresting Limon.
She was charged for failing to identify herself to a law enforcement officer and resisting arrest.
“I felt violated by these two men,” said Limon.
Cops Illegally Enter Woman’s Home And Arrest Her After She Told Them To Leave Since They Did Not Have A Warrant [continued]
The officers made up an exception. They apparantly don’t need a warrant if the person in the residence fails to identify themselves. I guess that may become the new norm in today’s nazi empire.