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Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Do they issue a police badges as the prize in the Cracker Jack's box in Evansville, IN?

Who thinks that if you're going to raid a house it might be a good idea, to try to find out who is inside and how many? You would be wrong if you said, "the Evansville, Indiana Police Swat Team."
"Police Chief Billy Bolin said, “We have no way of being able to tell that,” and the concerning Internet posts “definitely come back to that address.”"

It is called a stake-out, their was even a movie. Did they even try to assertain who was accualy in the house at the time of the raid, or do they like to go in blind it adds to the rush.
"Sgt. Jason Cullum, a police department spokesman, “This is a little more difficult that a traditional crime scene, because we’re dealing with the Internet. They definitely weren’t expecting (a SWAT team at the door). The reason we did that is the threats were specific enough, and the potential for danger was there.”"

Do they not teach how to surveil someone in investagating 101?
Let's put the public at risk, so we, the police, can feel safe.
You can read the full article by Tim Brown @ Freedom Outpost here.


  1. Ha. I'm from Brazil, Indiana, not Evansville... but I have heard stories about the place :D



  2. Wow. Serious lack of training. The #1 all important rule for any tactical situation law enforcement or military is the gathering of timely and meaningful INTELLIGENCE. You can't succeed without it. Those civilians involved are lucky they didn't receive serious injury or die at the hands of these under trained officers. Makes me sad.Makes me more angry.