“But I don’t smoke pot, so why should I care whether it is legalized or not?”
(MyFOXDetroit) Ramsey Tossa is a lot of things. He’s a U.S. citizen, a retired military translator and a proud father. But a criminal, he’s not. Still, he says he was treated like one Tuesday morning around 2:00 a.m. when he woke up to find DEA agents banging loudly on the door.
“As soon as I opened the door, somebody grabbed me and took me outside and put me on the grass,” Tossa said. “The first thing I thought was they were terrorists who want to kill me because I served in Iraq.”
Well, technically, Ramsey, they are terrorists. You feel pretty terrorized, don’t you?
The DEA says the person they were looking for is actually the landlord’s son. He uses that house as his address.
Some people will hear this story and think, “Well, we just need to do a better job making sure the DEA gets the right addresses”, not even considering that even a guy who does have marijuana in his own home doesn’t deserve to have his door bust down at two in the morning and his family traumatized.