Militarization of Police

Needs More RAM

Another drug raid gone bad

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Two years ago the Chesapeake, Virginia, police made some decisions that led to an officer's death, then tried to convict a scapegoat of capital murder. In April, following an outcry, the police department announced a change in how it will conduct drug raids. But it wasn't the change you might have expected.

In January 2008 Chesapeake cops raided the home of 28-year-old Ryan Frederick. Days earlier, an informant had broken into Frederick's house. He spotted several marijuana plants and stole some of them, giving police the probable cause they needed to obtain a search warrant. During the raid, police put a battering ram through part of Frederick's door. Frederick says he awoke, saw someone breaking into his home, remembered the burglary of several days earlier, panicked, and fired his gun through the broken door. His bullet struck and killed one of the police officers, Det. Jarrod Shivers.

Police and prosecutors claimed that the cops announced themselves and that Frederick killed Shivers intentionally. The state sought to convict him of capital murder. A year later, Frederick was convicted of manslaughter instead and sentenced to 10 years in prison.

The case spurred a flurry of discussion in the Chesapeake-Hampton Roads area about the use of informants and of SWAT-like forced-entry tactics to serve marijuana warrants. Readers' comments on a local newspaper's website, initially pro-police, soured against the department as details about the shoddy investigation came to light. The police, for example, had done almost no investigation to corroborate their informant's tip.

So what did the Chesapeake Police Department announce in April? It won't be reconsidering its policy of sending cops on volatile, forced-entry raids into the homes of low-level, nonviolent drug offenders. Nor will it change the way its narcotics officers deal with drug informants. Instead, the department announced, Chesapeake narcotics officers will be using a new and improved battering ram.   

Radley Balko is a senior editor at Reason magazine.

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      Plus, scarf.

  8. “”It won’t be reconsidering its policy of sending cops on volatile, forced-entry raids into the homes of low-level, nonviolent drug offenders. Nor will it change the way its narcotics officers deal with drug informants. Instead, the department announced, Chesapeake narcotics officers will be using a new and improved battering ram.”””

    Of course!

    1. You know who else used a new and improved battering ram?

    2. nazis love battering rams.

      reminds them of something.

  9. You know what would really reduce the potential for injury to the officers?

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    1. Most people around Hampton Roads have completely forgotten the Ryan Frederick episode. That’s assuming they were even mildly aware of it in the first place.

    2. Please stop giving them ideas.

    3. Please stop giving them ideas.

    4. laser beams work much better.

    5. Beating people with knight-sticks is no fun when they’re already blown to bits.

        1. d’oh

        2. knight shticks !?

    6. a 250 pound JDAM would be enough to destroy the house without too much damage to the neighborhood

      1. collateral damage is what it is

        the living neighbors will understand and go back to watching tv for further instructions.

  10. Of course many here are against the drug war. Lets take that energy and focus it on local cops and state police. That is where the real problem is. If we can just rile up anger at average cop union members and keep cop unions fighting against taxpaying paying cube workers.

    Cartels profiting from inflated prices and cartel money seeking to maintain fat margins with black market pricing is crazy talk. All serious people know that cartel profits never make their way into the actual policy making proccess. The policy making proccess is completely transparent, as depicted in Time magazine.

    1. this is more of a top down war, although the nasties are everywhere.

      eliminate the dea for starters NOW.

      and watch the controlled demolitions of imploding towers collapse in syncopated sequence.

      1. and watch the controlled demolitions of imploding towers collapse in syncopated sequence.

        What melody do i sing that lyric to?

        1. “We Didn’t Start The Fire”

        2. try that to yellow submarine

          and on the chorus sing

          we all live in a yellow submarine

          repeat often

  11. Frederick says he awoke, saw someone breaking into his home, remembered the burglary of several days earlier, panicked, and fired his gun through the broken door… A year later, Frederick was convicted of manslaughter instead and sentenced to 10 years in prison.

    I didn’t realize my state had such weak self-defense protections. I like TX’s law much better.

    1. It ain’t Thunderdome around here.

      1. Self-defense against disproportionate force is not a solution looking for a problem.

        1. tell it to the marines.

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        2. I wasn’t saying Thunderdome would be a bad thing.

          Who runs Thunderdome?

          1. only if you’re young and blue eyed handsome like whatsisname

            you don’t want to be the midget with the tight helmet.

          2. thunderdome is a perfect example of a victorious libertoonian revolution.

            no one runs td it’s a free market and runs itself of course.

    2. The law looks good, but I don’t think anybody has ever gotten off from shooting a cop using the 9.31c defense. I could be wrong, but I think I would have heard about it.

        1. To be clear, Ruby Ridge didn’t use a Texas statute, but unless I am mistaken at least one of the civilians beat murder charges from shooting a US Marshal by claiming self defense.

          Then they tried to bring up criminal charges against the officers involved (specifically, the one who shot an unarmed woman in the back of the head from a quarter of a mile away while the woman was holding a baby), but the government pulled its sovereign immunity trump card.

          1. And by the time the state appealed the decision and won at the 9th Circuit, the former D.A. had been replaced, and the new D.A. decided not to continue against Horiuchi. Much to the chagrin of the original state special prosecutor for the manslaughter case against Horiuchi. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lon_Horiuchi

            Disgusting that he walked without even a negligent homicide sanction. One of the supposedly best high-power shooters in America misses a 200 yd shot so badly that it goes through a glass door panel and hits the principal fugitive’s wife in the head. I remember reading a rumor that Ms. Weaver was, like many wives, the psychological leader of the family group, and wondered just how accidental that shot was, especially as the bullet struck her head before wounding his original target, Kevin Harris.

            Just disgusting all around.

            1. From what I recall, it wasn’t the bullet that wounded Harris. He was hit by bone fragments.

  12. Point taken, BUT this post is about the use of excessive force for a minor, non-violent offense.

    1. True, but then we see it as a minor, non-violent offense, but the dumb laws have made all drugs issues major, violent offenses.

      1. nothing dumb about the laws

        diabolical malice aforethought

    2. what about the issue that there is a nazi police state in the stew?

  13. “All serious people know that cartel profits never make their way into the actual policy making proccess.”

    True, but they do make their way into the pockets of LEO’s.

    1. he was being droll.

  14. …it wasn’t the change you might have expected…

    …if you’ve never read a Radley Balko article ever before.

    1. Ah, crap. One “ever/never” would have sufficed.

      1. Maybe you really, truly meant it.

      2. I’ll never ever read your comments again, ever.

        1. maybe he’s b a k e d

      3. I think its fine with both, but me am not so great at english.

        1. That’s unpossible!

          1. the better you are at english the more you see the psychobabble talking heads overwhelm the culture of language.

  15. So essentially the police sat around saying, “we like the fact that we just plain fucked this guy in the ass, hard, but next time we need to find a way to fuck people in the ass really, really hard.”

    Way to go, LEOs! Heckuva job.

    1. I don’t have a problem with the upgraded battering ram per se (does it have a shield or something?) After all, both the cop and the victim would have been better off if nobody had been shot.

      1. aren’t you folks a bit concerned about all the everywhereness of violence?

        who u gonna blame ghost busters?

        1. “…everywhereness…”

          Ubiquity, omnipresence

        2. Ubiquity, Omnipresence

          1. pervasiveness

            1. professorial poontangerine

      2. After all, both the cop and the victim would have been better off if nobody had been shot.

        Yeah, everything would be cool if these raids could just go down with zero casualties. Busting into peoples’ homes and wrecking up the place because you don’t approve of how they get their rocks off would be perfectly acceptable if only no-one got hurt in the process.

        Well, until the prison rape starts-in.

        1. whimsical = 1 point

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  17. New at Reason: Radley Balko on Another Drug Raid Gone Bad

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    1. “Radley Balko on A Successful Drug Raid That Saves Humanity from the Scourge of Drugs” would be new.

      A post like that would make me wonder what drugs Radley and the rest of the Reason staff were doing.

      Or if there were DEA agents standing beside them with guns pointed at their heads.

    2. new but impossibly absurd.

  18. Those police…they’re problem solvers, aren’t they?

    1. perceptions are all, these days.

    2. When all you got is a hammer, every problem looks like a nail. If beating it with a hammer doesn’t fix the problem, it must be a BIG fucking nail and you just need a bigger hammer….or a fucking battering ram.

      1. mankind has evolved enormously since stick sinew and sharp rock

        every swat artist knows there is always a bigger free enterprise hammer.

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          1. it can be arranged

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    1. fellating cops, of course.

    2. In the bathroom at the donut shop.

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  21. I don’t see what the big deal is, he shot a burglar entering his home. A burglar in a police uniform, wouldn’t anybody else do the same?

    1. We will never get the problem solved by pretending cops with a warrant is the same as being burglars. Fredericks was growing pot, despite what he initally led people to believe. I’m pro-legalization, but until it’s legalized, cops have the authority get warrants and raid your house.

      It’s not the lack of a better battery ram that was the problem with this case. The informant is the issue. He knew the cops were going to Frederick’s and he broke into the garage which made Frederick fear a burglar.

      A better battery ram would of made things better for the cops in that they probably would have shot and killed Frederick as he was running to the door with a firearm. That would have saved them the embarrassment.

      1. The informant is the issue.

        Yeah, the “knock-and-announce” farce, too. I believe Frederick had no idea the people who were busting into his home were police officers, which is a major problem. You’d have to be insane to knowingly fire a gun at police to avoid being busted for a few weed plants.

        1. his transponders were turned off that nite.

        2. “”I believe Frederick had no idea the people who were busting into his home were police officers, which is a major problem.””

          When they kick in the door you often don’t know. But Frederick has reason to believe it was the return of the burglar. Which led to him firing at a yet to be identified target on the other side of the door.

          1. if some masked men were to kick in my door i’d be dead by fright.

            but my ghost would haunt the muthaz forever.

          2. Even without any prior burglaries or incidents, the last thing I would think in a situation like that was that the people bashing into my house were public authorities who were correctly executing a warrant. Flashbangs, battering rams, guns drawn, shouting — who the hell could realize what was going on?

            When they kick in the door you often don’t know

            Right, which is the problem. Maybe I’m old fashioned, but I think people should be made well aware of the fact that the police want to talk to them.

            1. Isn’t part of the feebleness of the requirements for the “knock and announce” rule – in addition to preserving evidence – police safety? Whoops.

            2. “”Flashbangs, battering rams, guns drawn, shouting — who the hell could realize what was going on?””

              And that’s by design. They will tell you they use those tactics for the purpose of confusing and disorienting the subject. Then they fault you, or kill you for acting in a disoriented manner.

              Submit or die is pretty much their mantra.

              1. To enslave and oppress is, actually.

            3. YOU KNOW THEY ARE PSYCHOPATHIC MUTHAFUKKKAS IN THE FIRST CONSCIOUS MOMENT

      2. but until it’s legalized, cops have the authority to get warrants their permissions slips rubber stamped and raid your house shoot you dead.

        ftfy

        1. I agree with that language too. Cops rarely go to jail for shooting you, even when they were wrong. But for now, that’s reality. I don’t expect it to change until the public removes tough on crime as a reason to vote for someone.

          1. tough on crime doesn’t mean permission for unnecessary execessive force as a matter of routine.

            one cop plus one social worker = heh heh

            1. “”tough on crime doesn’t mean permission for unnecessary execessive force as a matter of routine.””

              Most tough on crime people don’t consider that force excessive.

              1. until they spit their own teeth

      3. You’re missing the point.

        They didn’t need to knock down the damn door. They could have picked him up in his jammies as he was going to get the morning paper. They could have picked him up at work. Then searched the premises for rolling papers or whatever.

        But NOOOOOOOOOOOO, wanna-be Navy SEALs have to go knocking down doors because it’s TOO MUCH FUN AND IT GET’S THEIR ROCKS OFF. There’s no other reason for it.

        The cops escalated the situation unnecessarily. Yet they don’t want to hold any responsibility for it whatsoever.

        That aside, the informant crap is unacceptable as well.

        1. fricking CAPS lock. fell off the wagon again

        2. I think you pretty much hit the nail on the head with “wannabe Navy SEALs”. These people just want to pretend to be badass secret agent men without actually facing violent criminals/enemies.

          1. most of them come from the ranks of the military.

            the military has been training a lot of murderers in our recent murderous wars in our name.

            the economy has never been good for most people.

            good paying job filled with blood, adventure and ejaculatory stains !!??

            yeeee hawwwwwwwwwww

            fun job with excellent overtime pay and a little side of rape.

        3. “”They didn’t need to knock down the damn door. They could have picked him up in his jammies as he was going to get the morning paper. They could have “”

          Certainly they could have. And you’re right, they get their rocks off kicking doors down. But the law and the citizenry allows them such an option.

          “”The cops escalated the situation unnecessarily. Yet they don’t want to hold any responsibility for it whatsoever.””

          It’s often worse than that. They pass the responsiblity to the target of their actions. It’s a dogpile starting with appeal to personal attack. How many times have you heard the guy was a criminal and got what he deserved.

        4. “”That aside, the informant crap is unacceptable as well.””

          The informant had almost everything to do with it, execpt for cops behaving like cops. He reported Fredrick to the cops, he broke into garage and stole what would have been evidence. That break in put Fredrick on the alert. If it wasn’t for that informant. The raid wouldn’t have happened.

          That does not excuse the use of dynamic entries to arrest non-violent offenders.

          1. sounds similar to the tribal warfare in afghan where one side rats out the other side for money & comical relief.

            ancient wisdom: all goooks look alike

          2. unless you live in a police state where terror is the lovely norm

            1. We don’t?

              1. y don u spik inglis?

        5. agree cord

      4. these swat teams as part of their certified training need to spend a month in mr rogers’ neighbor … hood.

        the certification could help relax a very tense nation.

      5. So what’s to stop a few common criminals from putting on convincing-looking police uniforms, breaking down your door with a ram, putting you and your family in cuffs while saying they are the police, and stealing your valuable belongings while you’re incapacitated?

        Oh, right. Nothing.

        Seriously, this whole swat team raid nonsense needs to stop. Police can get convictions just fine if they use intelligence and sting operations to obtain evidence. It worked fine before they got all their paramilitary gear, and it will work fine now.

    2. masked swat teams kick in doors desperately craving some action.

      you know that’s how it is.

  22. Cops = Federal Bailout of the Donut Industry.

    1. if only they were that harmless …

      1. Caught between pensions and jackboots.

        1. and blood lust

          1. The Holy Trinity.

  23. in case you haven’t noticed DAILY the most dangerous increase in anger and hostility all around us ….

    always more justifications for swat teams to kick in doors to hire more swats to kick in more doors in a lovely daisy chain for a thousand years until no one is left but the piranha.

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    what would john galt’s mother say?

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  25. what would john galt’s mother say?

    John, you’ve been in the bathroom an awfully long time! What are you doing in there?

    1. hmmmmmm …..

      you sure you’re not projecting?

    2. “Cleaning my fountainhead, mom.”

      1. wasn’t that the architect in the other novel

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  26. pneumatic-powered device that exerts thousands of pounds per square inch upon impact with your target

    Yeah, and once it hits a security door the cops all learn an important physics lesson on Newton’s 3rd law.

    1. which clearly states

      to always carry a fig leaf.

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  27. this week-end in nyc over a thousand brown skinned young people got busted for simple marijuana possession.

    any work career thoughts are ova for these KIDS unless they want to do migrant labor in dubai or mumbajumbaville africa. yes bwanna

    geeeeeeeeeze

    bloomberg likes weed too

    1. did i mention that im p!ssed.

  28. annoyed as I often am with kiwi cops, my neighbour got caught with a 1/4 ounce of cannabis yesterday while the police were executing a warrant for her live-in tenant, and they just took the weed and gave her a verbal.

    1. and took a smoke lunch break

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  30. Amazing. So their probable cause is based on a buy who robbed the house a few days earlier? How does this not violate illegal search and seizure? If a cop can’t do it, a private citizen can’t break the law and then pass on sensitive information that was gained illegally to the authorities. So if I’m a cop trying to make a case all I have to do is pay some thug to do my dirty work for me? Secondly, how about knocking? Or better yet, just hang out in front of his house until he leaves to go to work or the store and have a conversation with him. Is smashing through the door with a battering ram the only way these guys can think of to deal with this situation? Man, oh man, what the hell is wrong with this country?

    1. been happening for a long time

      u just noticing?

  31. Why don’t they just firebomb the houses of people who are suspected to have thought about marijuana? That’s the safest policy for society.

    1. laser beams from orbit are so much cleaner

      and so much more like a joystick.

  32. This is why we can’t have nice things…

    1. are nurses supplied?

  33. I don’t understand why American citizens even tolerate SWAT-like entries for anything but murders, hijacking, kidnapping and hostage situations.

    1. because we are terrified, angry, numbed down and don’t know who the real enemy is

      iz y

  34. Let’s try to be fair guys. I think we should give the new battering ram a chance. It doesn’t seem beyond the bounds of reason that most of these problems were the result of inferior battering rams.
    It might be time to start thinking out of the box though. My proposition: Outlaw doors. Face it, if you’re not doing anything wrong, you don’t need a door to hide yourself. Doors are a small price to pay in light of our desperate fight against the nightmares of marijuana.

  35. Three word solution for y’all:

    Require Nerf doors

    1. weather proofed nerf doors

  36. Actually, it seems like all thoughtful non-violent offenders should invest in good security doors with steel frames sround the door, with 8 locking bolts.

    Of course, then the peace officers will respond with using C4 to knock the door and part of the wall in, but it’s important for officer safety and preventing the non-violent offenders from flushing all the pot plants down the toilet.

  37. marijuana is a blessed and righteous herb.

    it follows that those who oppose (ignorance considered) ……

    Jah rastafari, mon

  38. This is why the 2nd amendment exists.

    He got 10-years for rightly defending himself against cops gone bad, and I’ll do the same, completely undeterred. Thats right, I’ll put a bullet through the face of every man woman or child that forces entry into my home and I dont care WHAT you yell before smashing the door down.

    There are other ways to make an arrest. More legitimate, respectful (the the accused and to bystanders), safer ways. I’m not asking police to consider them, I’m just noting that busting down doors is deadly, and thats the way I like it. Thats freedom.

    1. freedom of a cromagnon sort

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  40. He should have hired an off duty cop to protect his place. Then, when the wannabe Navy seals illegally break in, and there is a little shootout, the courts finally be forced to actually face the legal situation, rather than blindly decide along the line of “cops good, everybody else bad”

  41. Too bad he only got one…

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