When Cops Are Thieves

If the County Sheriffs of Colorado has its way, law-enforcement agencies will soon be able to take your house, cars, cash and jewelry, sell it off and divvy up the proceeds quietly and privately among themselves. This organization, which lobbies for the interests of sheriffs across the state, is the force behind House Bill 1238, which rolls back a 2002 law guaranteeing Colorado residents reasonable protections against “asset forfeiture” — a fancy legal term for when the cops use the force of law to take your stuff.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The sheriff coming to take your stuff, huh?

Isn't this the part of the story where Robin Hood starts shooting arrows into the sheriff's ass?

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