Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Sheriff's Raid, Terrorize Arrest & Beat a Homeowner Who Refused Consent to a Warrantless Search


Sheriff's Raid, Terrorize Arrest & Beat a Homeowner Who Refused Consent to a Warrantless Search

Constitutional rights matter!

By de Andréa, Opinion Editorialist
Published August 19, 2015

Soon you will see this in your own neighborhood…or even at your own front door!  What are you going to do?  They will beat you into submission…
The trickledown theory
Where did this warrantless search happen?  This raid was carried out on a rural home in Fredericksburg Texas USA by the Gillespie County Sheriff's Department. It resulted in the
homeowner being seized by police officers, placed in handcuffs, thrown to the ground and subsequently arrested. What for? For refusing to consent to a warrantless search of his home.

In coming to the defense of Huntly and Susan Dantzler, attorneys are investigating the extent to which the Dantzler's constitutional rights were violated by law enforcement officials.  When the president of these United States has no respect for people’s rights under the Constitution why should the Sheriff of a county in rural America.

"As [Obama’s supported] SWAT teams and SWAT-style tactics are used more frequently to carry out routine law enforcement activities, Americans find themselves in increasingly dangerous and absurd situations," said constitutional attorney John W. Whitehead, president of The Rutherford Institute and author of Battlefield America: The War on the American People. "What we are witnessing here is, is an inversion of the police-civilian relationship. Rather than compelling police officers to remain within constitutional bounds as servants of the people, ordinary Americans are being placed at the mercy of law enforcement. In the process, Americans are rendered altogether helpless and terror-stricken as a result of these confrontations with the police. Indeed, as the Dantzlers can attest to, 'terrorizing' is a mild term to describe the effect on those who survive such vigilante tactics."

At 6:40 a.m. on May 3, 2015, Huntly and Susan Dantzler were awaken by the sounds of several vehicles approaching their home, which is located in a rural area of Gillespie County, and then a pounding on their door. Upon opening the door, the Dantzlers encountered two police officers, one wearing a badge indicating he was a "hostage negotiator." The officers demanded to see the Dantzlers' son. Although the Dantzlers informed the police their son was not at the house, the officers repeatedly demanded to speak with their son. The police officers then informed the Dantzlers that they believed their son was with an unnamed female who had a medical condition, and the officers wanted to check on the female. After the Dantzlers told the officers that no female was in their house, the officers demanded to be allowed to go in and search the house so they could determine for themselves whether the Dantzlers' son and the unnamed female were present. The Dantzlers refused to allow the police to enter and search their home and indicated that they should get a warrant if they wanted to do so.

According to the Dantzlers, one of the officers then seized Huntly Dantzler, handcuffed him, pulled him away from the door and threw him to the ground. Alarmed by the treatment of her husband and the inherent coercion, Susan Dantzler allowed one of the officers to enter the house and look around. After searching the house and finding nothing, the officers left. Huntly Dantzler was compelled to seek medical care for bruises and deep gashes on wrists left by the handcuffs. Although the officers then denied that the Dantzlers were under arrest, Rutherford Institute attorneys contend that if you are put in hand cuffs and feel like you can't walk away from a police encounter of your own volition, then for all intents and purposes, you're under arrest from the moment a cop stops you, whether at your home, in a car or on the street.

Rutherford Institute attorneys are seeking records from the Sheriff of Gillespie County and the Chief of Police for the City of Fredericksburg (Tex.), in order to determine why Sheriff's Department deputies carried out a warrantless raid on the Dantzlers' rural home and on whose orders they acted. The Rutherford Institute is being assisted in its defense of the Dantzlers by Jerri Ward of Garlo Ward, Police Commissioner, in Lakeway, Texas.

THE BOTTOM LINE: A clear violation of the Fifth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.  Which also clearly shows that law enforcement has less and less respect for citizen rights following the example of our Communist Muslim president.  Remember that under Communism you have only the rights that your dictator says you have, under Islamic Sharia you have no rights at all.

Their will come a day soon when you’ will be confronted at your door without a warrant and for no apparent reason by militia police, armed as if they were fighting a war on the battle field.  Now bear in mind, I am not suggesting this for anyone, only passing on what I would do depending on whether or not I feel my life was threatened and if I was prepared to do so, I would grab my shotgun, blow the threat right off my front deck, slam and lock the door, call the police, the newspapers and TV stations all of which I have on speed dial.  Then…let the war begin.

As I said…someday soon.  You might want to think ahead of time under what circumstances, and conditions, what you might do…


If they are allowed to get away with it once --- They will do it again and again until it is 1984 for real.


Thanks for listening – de Andréa

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