I didn't know the US Dept of Education issues about 30 to 55 criminal warrants per year. A federal Swat Team locked up some poor guy in Stocton Ca. at 6AM. Local news said that the man's estranged wife had defaulted on her student loan. Later the Dept Ed. "clarified?" the arrest by issueing a statement that they dont raid homes for student loan defaults but they do execute 30=35 warrants for "bribery, fraud and embezzlement". No explanation for locking the guy up though. Didn't the Feds learn anything from the "seige at Ruby Ridge" or the Waco debacle? Just when we thought we had a handle on the wacky ways of the ATF we find out that the Dept of Education issues criminal warrants.