Jackbooted thugs assault man and break into his house bc of loans!

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    Department Of Education: Raid Of California Man's Home Was Not Related To Defaulted Student Loans

    WOW! Talk about tyranny....my god...This would have happened in any other state the pigs would be laying dead in the yard.Of course not its claiming its not because of loans so exactly WHY did the DOE have anything to do with it...this scares the shit out of me.Next its gonna be home schoolers looking over their shoulders.
     
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    Jeezus, way to skew a story. Did you even read it?

    "Because this is an ongoing criminal investigation, we can’t comment on the specifics of the case. We can say that the OIG’s office conducts about 30-35 search warrants a year on issues such as bribery, fraud, and embezzlement of federal student aid funds."

    Home schoolers? Puleeze, do you stick it in your arm or just smoke it?
     
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    Like I said they took the original story down because they were catching so much flak for it. That is just bullshit to try and make these people sound like criminals. Either way you sure in the hell don't need a bunch of thugs with badges knocking the door down and assaulting people because of loans. Yes home schoolers zog hates that they can't control what is put in millions of young people's minds when they are taught at school I believe its a matter of time before home schooling is outlawed.
     
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    Read carefully: It...wasn't...because...of...loans.
     
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    Well, as you have pointed out they claim that they "conduct about 30-35 search warrants a year on issues such as bribery, fraud, and embezzlement of federal student aid funds." That could just be the politically correct way of saying this guy had defaulted on his wife's student loans.

    Although I definitely agree that the title of the thread insinuates that it was due to a default.

    I did not know that the DOE had the right to issue warrants.

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    Learn to read through the governments bullshit back peddling because they fucked up!
     
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    Search warrants, but not SWAT teams. Obviously, even something warranting a benign search warrant is more serious than a default on a student loan. The biggest penalty for that is wage garnishment. Or if a person isn't working and collecting some federal subsidy, that can end abruptly, as well as the IRS can keep any tax refund owed. But they certainly don't storm the home!!
     
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    It works the same for any agency, or any citizen filing a complaint with the appropriate law enforcement agency. They don't deputize some office clerk, and Joe Citizen doesn't personally storm the property of the perp. Hello?
     

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