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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by U201491, Sep 6, 2013.
Gold miners in remote Alaska town want answers after task force storms in, http://fxn.ws/18wRmeE -
They did. Too bad they were allowed to leave still breathing.
Yep, every federal agency now has a SWAT division. I an waiting for HUD to start cleansing of Government housing!!!
actually this doesnt really seem like a big deal. even the writer says they had body armor and side arms, which could easily mean they were dressed and armed like any other everyday cop. also says that this guy was questioned like any other repeat offender of the EPA regulations but resulted in only conversations. to me it seems like this guy is lucky to still be in business after dumping chemicals in nearby rivers in the past.
i have no problem with having an agency protecting the environment to a point and it doesnt come off to me like they passed any boundaries.
It was 10 different agencies.
The population of the whole town was only 17
An perfect example why men who use steroids and have big arms but little brains and tiny pee-pees should not be given badges and guns.
They have too much history of power tripping over their own egos.
"The investigation was into possible violations of the Clean Water Act, according to the EPA."
Well there ya go. OF COURSE they are going to be armed to the teeth - we're talking "possible violations of the Clean Water Act" here for goodness sakes! (Word on the street says there was also a Snickers wrapper lying on the ground nearby, so I don't blame the investigators for thinking they needed vests and sidearms/long-guns. And armored vehicles... grenades... drones... ICBMs...)
Can we all say ? Dressed for jack booted success.
YEah, the clean water act..... An armed EPA is ridiculous. if they fear polluted water bring the FBI along. I hope the governor and attorney general sue the crap out the Feds.