The Logical Conclusion of the Feds Taking Over Student Loans

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  1. boedicca

    boedicca Uppity Water Nymph Supporting Member

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    This was so predictable.

    The Dept. of Educaiton has sent in SWAT team to find a woman who is delinquent on her student loans. They broke down the door of a home where she no longer lives, and terrorized the people, including children, who currently live there.

    Yep. Nationalizing student loans was a good idea.

    At 6 a.m. on Tuesday morning, Kenneth Wright of Stockton, California had his house door busted down by a SWAT team, who dragged him out of his house, held him down and handcuffed him, searched the house, and then took Wright and his three kids to a police station. The interesting thing about this: He had done nothing wrong! The SWAT team was just acting on a search warrant from the Department of Education to find Wright's wife, who'd defaulted on her student loans. But they're estranged, and she doesn't live there.

    KXTV reports on this especially foul abuse of police power for collection of debts:

    The U.S. Department of Education issued the search and called in the S.W.A.T for his wife's defaulted student loans.

    "They busted down my door for this," Wright said. "It wasn't even me."

    According to the Department of Education's Office of the Inspector General, the case can't be discussed publicly until it is closed, but a spokesperson did confirm that the department did issue the search warrant at Wright's home.

    There are probably some college students and post-grads with outstanding debts reading this and getting scared like the dickens. But you have nothing to worry about! The Fed shock troops appear to go after your innocent estranged spouses, only.

    When SWAT Teams Attack Over Your Estranged Wife's Student Debt


    SWAT team launch dawn raid on family home to collect woman's unpaid student loans | Mail Online

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