This lady was already on the phone with 911, the police can be heard announcing on a bullhorn OUTSIDE, AFTER crashing into her home.
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Posted by: TEEBONE ®

11/19/2020, 12:45:54

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FL: Black Woman Who Shot Unannounced Cop Serving Warrant Stood Her Ground, Lawyer Says
Submitted by: mark@keepandbeararms.com">Mark A. Taff
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A Black woman in Florida is fighting to clear her name after she shot a police officer she suspected to be an intruder after he didn’t immediately identify himself while serving a warrant at her home.

Diamonds Ford was ultimately charged with attempted murder in the September shooting of a Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office SWAT team member. But she and her lawyer claim her 911 call during the incident will prove her innocence and show she did not intend to shoot a police officer. Instead, they argue, she was simply standing her ground, which is acceptable under Florida law.
 

Comment by: PHORTO (11/19/2020)
"No statutory authority exists under Florida law for issuing a no-knock search warrant."

STATE of Florida, Petitioner, v. Earl R. BAMBER, Respondent.



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"No statutory authority exists under Florida law for issuing a no-knock search warrant." -- That needs to be true in every state.
Re: This lady was already on the phone with 911, the police can be heard announcing on a bullhorn OUTSIDE, AFTER crashing into her home. -- TEEBONE Post Reply Top of thread Forum

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11/19/2020, 13:26:40

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Yeah, but it is supposedly true in Florida, yet it was apparently ignored in Jacksonville in this case. I'm sure it's not the only one.
Re: "No statutory authority exists under Florida law for issuing a no-knock search warrant." -- That needs to be true in every state. -- Russ Walden Post Reply Top of thread Forum

Posted by: TEEBONE ®

11/19/2020, 13:32:26

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Russ -

The only time it gets coverage is if a cop gets shot.

You can be sure that it happens all-too-frequently.

TEE



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That suggests one (or all) of three problems: . . .
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Posted by: Russ Walden ®

11/19/2020, 19:07:01

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1.  Judges don't know there is no statutory authority,
2.  Judges don't care and issue the warrants anyway, or
3.  Police are executing no-knock searches without authority.

Not good, whichever it is.

Russ







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