Since 2007, the DEA has seized more than $4 billion in cash from people suspected of involvement with the drug trade. But 81 percent of those seizures, totaling $3.2 billion, were conducted administratively, meaning no civil or criminal charges were brought against the owners of the cash and no judicial review of the seizures ever occurred.


Re: The DEA Has Stolen $3.2 Billion From Americans Without Charges Since 2007

mlawson71 wrote:
Wed Nov 08, 2017 2:01 am
I don't understand how this is legal, aren't people innocent until proven guilty? And if they have not been sentenced, how can law enforcement confiscate the property of innocent people?
Absolutely bro. It's utter corruption to say the least.
But hey, this sort of shit doesn't surprise me anymore. Just look at what the government did to it's citizens with 9/11. A complete setup to justify the invasion of the Middle East.
Fast-forward to 2008 and the government bails out the banks that caused the banking collapse (mainly due to predatory lending) using tax payers money.
Whilst the "elite" find more ways to avoid tax and the common man has to pay more.

3.2 billion in property should be returned.
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