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LEAWOOD, KS (AP)

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Imagine how upset they'd be if they had actually had pot >.>

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Imagine how upset they'd be if they had actually had pot >.>

That's not the point.

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Imagine how upset they'd be if they had actually had pot >.>

I'm surprised they didn't plant some evidence.

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I guess forgot that everyone is guilty now until proven innocent.

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I'm not surprised they made snarky unfounded remarks..

Either way, I don't think the search was completely baseless. Possession of tools for a purpose gives probable cause for a search.

They've also got legal recourse here obviously >.< Let a judge decide :)

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Besides, why would you raid ex-CIA? That makes no sense.

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^ You drinking tonight ?

I guess forgot that everyone is guilty now until proven innocent.

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CIA never do anything wrong :o

Waterboarding is a wonderfully relaxing treatment :D

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^ You drinking tonight ?

I forgot one stinking word. Hick! :D

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I'm not surprised they made snarky unfounded remarks..

Either way, I don't think the search was completely baseless. Possession of tools for a purpose gives probable cause for a search.

They've also got legal recourse here obviously >.< Let a judge decide :)

LOL, wha? I didn't know buying hydroponic equipment was a suspicious act.

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Depends on the context. Like I said, a judge can decide if the police overstepped their mark.

I think you'll find very few people (per capita) use hydroponics to grow material for personal consumption, and a fair percentage of these people are using it for illicit purposes.

Statistics might suggest it's a suspicious act?

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Anyone fine it funny they were raided on April 20th (4:20) :laugh:

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