Well, you could say that. Or you could say that the story of a completely innocent man whose home was violently invaded at dawn, and who was personally thrown down the stairs, by federal agents, because someone else had used his wireless router to download kiddie-porn, underscores the stupidity of treating dirty pictures as if they were national-security threats. The drug war has given American law enforcement agencies a lot of bad habits. “Dynamic entry” raids are among the worst.
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