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Toddler critically burned during SWAT raid

Source: WSBTV News

ATLANTA A family says a SWAT team raided their home in the middle of the night and seriously injured a 19-month-old boy with a stun grenade.

Alecia Phonesavanh told Channel 2’s Ryan Young her child is at the Grady Memorial Hospital burn unit, and is in a medically induced coma.

Phonesavanh said she was at her sister-in-law’s home in Habersham County early Wednesday when police raided the house.

"It's my baby. He's only a baby. He didn't deserve any of this," Phonesavanh said.

Read more: http://www.wsbtv.com/news/news/local/toddler-critically-burned-during-swat-raid/nf9SJ/?GxbuEu

^^^^^^^^THIS IS YOUR BABY^^^^^^^^^^^^

^^^^^^^^^^This is your baby on ( a War on ) Drugs ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

This is a site to help the family, who have no insurance.


Thank you Habersham County, Thank you DEA, Thank you US lawmakers. Thank you Holder and Obama!

We love this war! It's awesome!

What the fuck else are you assholes gonna tell us is acceptable in your quest to find pills, pot and cocaine?

If you have a secret compartment in your car -even empty - you could soon do 5 years in PA


Cops can now search your car without a warrant in Pa.

"The state Supreme Court ruled last week that police are allowed to search vehicles without a warrant. The state General Assembly, meanwhile, is moving forward with a bill that would give cops the authority to arrest people caught with “secret compartments” in their vehicles, even if there is nothing illegal in those suspicious containers.


On the same day the Supreme Court ruling was announced, the House Judiciary Committee unanimously approved legislation making it a crime to possess a car with “secret compartments.” If the bill becomes law, anyone caught with such compartments could be charged with a first-degree misdemeanor and have their vehicle seized by police — even if the compartments hold nothing but air.

A conviction would carry up to five years in prison and a $10,000 fine.

State Rep. Kate Harper, R-Montgomery, the bill’s sponsor, said law enforcement asked her to introduce the bill. Police are concerned about vehicles that pass through Pennsylvania on a well-known smuggling route between New York and Florida."

Well this should do wonders for tourism in the state. I sometimes drive to NY. I will DRIVE AROUND Pa next time, no matter how long it takes. Who wants to go on a trip knowing you might end up spending 5 years in prison for having air in a secret compartment you maybe didn't even know about?

Are Republicans all going batshhit crazy control freak or what?


Here's the miserable excuse for a human right here:


Jayzuss when I think I've heard everything......

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