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April 17, 2012

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ColorBlindJustice

The plaintiffs' lawyers clearly are unfamiliar with the 1300-block of Queen Street NE. A no-knock execution of any and every search warrant there is justified to reasonably protect officers' safety. If one doesn't wish to have their sleep occasionally interrupted by cops, one ought not live with criminals.

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