“Highly Suspicious” Saudi Civil Defense trucks spotted on Texas highway

A very concerned All News Pipeline reader just sent us the pictures seen above showing a pair of Saudi Arabian ‘Civil Defense’ trucks on a flatbed trailer deep in the heart of Texas. According to our reader, he saw three flatbeds, each of them with two of these vehicles upon them, just the latest strange sightings of foreign military vehicles on American soil and in ‘Jade Helm 15’ Texas at that. These were seen traveling southbound on I-45 just north of Houston, Texas.
Screenshot_from_2015-06-11_203323Foreign militaries on US soil, however, aren’t the only highly suspicious events we’ve been watching unfold in America as for some reason, MANY Wal Marts across the country, specifically in the south and the midwest, have been being evacuated for hours at a time, and to some people who are paying attention, these evacuations just don’t make a whole lot of sense. The 1st video below fromHollywood Joe Tussing adds more mystery to the mix as a massive barge of military vehicles is unloaded in Texas while a Las Vegasmilitary convoy has a blackhawk chopper escort. His warning shortly after the 50 second mark that martial law signs were spotted making their way to Texas has not been confirmed by All News Pipeline.

Between the years of 2008 to 2014, Wal Mart stores across the nation were evacuated a total of approx 16 times according to the interesting new 2nd video below from Professor Doom1; during the first 5 months and 10 days of 2015 alone, Wal Mart evacuations have occurred AT LEAST 30 times across the nation as proven in this 1st video and the story links at the bottom of the page for those who want to check these out themselves. This is not a ‘conspiracy theory’, all of these Wal Marts needing several hour evacuations as outlined by Doom, but a coincidence, or so it seems.

Our videographer tells us that in making this video, he is not stating as fact that even one of these evacuations is for nefarious purposes. He is, however stating that HE believes that AT LEAST 20 of them ARE, but has no proof. Yesterday, a Wal Mart in Alabama was evacuated for 4 hours and federal agencies were involved in the ‘pursuit’ of a man who allegedly stole a car. Just a coincidence, or something more? Police believe that the fact that at least 30 Wal Mart stores in 13 different states have had bomb threats called in is not just a coincidence and believe they are connected.

After receiving the pictures above from the ANP reader in Texas, we decided to do a Google image search of this graphic seen on the front door of the truck; in doing so, we have positively determined that these vehicles are part of Saudi Arabia’s civil defense as seen in screenshot of story below right. What these trucks are doing in the heart of Texas is a different story and one I’m sure we won’t get a satisfactory answer from the govt nor MSM about. Back in 2013 a local Texas outlet ran a story called “Texas Is On Its Way To Being ‘Saudi Texas.'” Did they know something that we should know?

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This 1st video is from Hollywood Joe Tussing and he shares with us some startling news at the 50 second mark; this is, however, unconfirmed news and as with all reports on the internet (and TV news for that matter!), attempt to seek confirmation of everything before buying completely. In speaking with the videographer I was told he is attempting to acquire pictures of martial law signs but as of this moment, has been unable to do so.



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Warrantless bag searches become ubiquitous for Boston subway, bus travelers

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BOSTON, MA — Warrantless bag searches at have become commonplace at travel checkpoints in Boston as concerns for Homeland Security have overridden citizens’ right to be free of unreasonable searches.  Travelers are forced to “security inspections” of their handbags, briefcases, and other personal possessions.

Large signs indicate that public spaces under the authority of the Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority (MBTA) are void of privacy rights.  The first bullet point on one of the signs displayed the following:

For the protection and the security of the riding public, all persons choosing to use the MBTA transit system will be subject to security inspections of their handbags, briefcases, and/or other carry on items.

The signage goes on to claim that all persons will be stopped and searched and that declining a search will result in an order to leave the station.  Those who object will be arrested and charged with trespassing — on public property — which could result in a $100 fine and up to 30 days in jail.

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The Bay State Examiner published a video of one of the checkpoints, located in the Chinatown area, which was staffed by approximately half a dozen armed, badge-carrying checkpoint officers.  Individuals from a group called “Defend the 4th” [Amendment] entered the subway station and asked the officers a few questions.

When an individual asked the checkpoint sentries whether they had warrants to conduct any of the bag searches, the leader grew annoyed and insisted that searching bags was legal and had been accepted as legal by the SJC (Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts).  The officer then insisted he citizens move along or leave the station — located on public property.

Of course the courts have upheld warrantless searches in public; no one ever believed that a police state could be erected without the complicity of all three branches of government.  The courts have tolerated a constant erosion of essential rights for a long time.  The enforcers bypass critical questions about their oaths by passing off their constitutional responsibilities to another branch of government.

But we must ask, if the 4th Amendment isn’t applicable on public property, where is it applicable?

A sign in a Boston metro warns travelers that they have no rights on public property. (Source: Bay State Examiner / YouTube)

The signs and the literature explain that the checkpoints have been installed because of concerns raised by Department of Homeland Security.  Searching purses and luggage is the government’s solution to combating terrorism.

Yet isn’t the subversion of liberty exactly what a true terrorist would wish upon his enemies?  Isn’t the existence of checkpoints across the USA an indication that the “terrorists” have won?

And what effectiveness do these checkpoints have at stopping an attack?  Would any committed terrorist be imbecilic enough to walk up to a bunch of cops in yellow vests and hand over evidence that would lead to his conviction? 

Here is the video of the Boston checkpoint for “Defend the 4th”:

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Polish Minister: If Opposition Does Not Accept Deal in Ukraine, Martial Law Will be Declared and “You All Will Be Dead”

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The Polish Foreign Minister, Radoslaw Sikorski, told a Ukrainian protest leader if EuroMaidan activists do not enter into an agreement to end the occupation of Independence Square in Kyiv, martial law will be declared and they will be killed.

“If you don’t support this [deal] you’ll have martial law, you’ll have the army. You will all be dead,” Sikorski said upon leaving a meeting. The exchange was filmed by ITN, a television network based in London, England.

In a Twitter post, Sikorski characterized a deal reached between the demonstrators and the Ukrainian government as a “good compromise for Ukraine. Gives peace a chance. Opens the way for reform and to Europe. Poland and EU support it,” according to Fox News. Sikorski is a mediator on the crisis for the European Union.

The deal includes a pledge by Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych to hold elections and a promise to include the opposition in a new government. No time frame was set for implementation of the agreement.

According to the German government, leaders of the Maidan movement have agreed to sign the agreement. “We are prepared to do everything to obtain a peaceful solution. I told the German foreign minister I would personally appeal to protesters before signing,” said opposition leader Vitaly Klitschko, a former boxer.

Interfax reported opposition leader and ultra-nationalist Oleh Yaroslavovych Tyahnybok as stating one condition of the agreement is that the present interior minister and prosecutor-general must be excluded from any interim government.

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Boy, 13, Arrested And Charged With Felony For Throwing Snowball

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Instead of preventing or dealing with actual crime, a police officer in Chicago decided to arrest a thirteen year old boy and charge him with “aggravated battery to a peace officer” after he allegedly threw a snowball in the officer’s general direction.

Crime: Throwing snowballs is no longer tolerated in the new America.

According to The Chicago Times, the cop reported that the dangerous icy projectile hit him in the arm while he was sitting in a marked squad car close to the boy’s school.

The eighth grader claims, however, that he didn’t throw the snowball, and that someone else in the group of around 15 kids was the real culprit.

“It made me mad,” said the boy, who will face a felony charge in juvenile court. “He (the officer) said the snowball hit him but it hit the car, not him.” the boy added.

“He kept trying to tell the officer that he didn’t do it but they didn’t believe him,” the boy’s mother said. “He was standing on the corner, there was a whole crowd of kids. It’s so crazy.”

“It’s sad, he’s only 13. I’m so upset, he’s never been in trouble before,” the mother added. “It’s his first case.”

In addition to being arrested, the boy has also been suspended from school for five days, under zero tolerance rules. The incident may be marked on his permanent record.

The report notes that the boy was singled out by his school’s dean and a nearby security guard. Neither would give any comment.

Some local residents are appalled at the ridiculous police action and have called for the charges to be dropped.

“I think that’s ridiculous — it’s such a big charge,” said Latanya Powell, a construction worker on the block where the incident occurred. “It’s just going overboard. I can see if it were a weapon and harm was done, but it was just a snowball. This is a case of kids being kids.”

Yet others are advocating making an example of the boy. “If [the boy] had gotten away with it, who’s to say what they’d do next? If it doesn’t stick to them now, they’ll be 16 or 17, and they’ll have a gun,” said Ray Fields, an educator and resident.

“If we as parents and educators don’t teach them right from wrong, then what are we teaching them?” Fields added.

The boy is lucky to have gotten away with a simple arrest, if previous cases of this kind of heinous crime are anything to go by. In a New York case settled earlier this month, five teenage boys were rewarded hundreds of thousands of dollars after a cop pulled his gun on them for throwing a snowball at him, before arresting and charging them.

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New Mexico begins training cops to use more deadly force, not less

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Colonel Jack Jones (Source: NM DPS)

NEW MEXICO — All new police cadets will be trained to use more deadly force, thanks to a new curriculum by director of the state’s Law Enforcement Academy.  That training emphasis will take place in a cadet program that has been shortened by six full weeks.

Jack Jones, a retired Army colonel, was granted sole authority by the LEA over the training curriculum given to all of New Mexico’s new recruits.  He says the old model was too restrictive with the use of deadly force.

“Evil has come to the state of New Mexico. Evil has come to the Southwest. Evil has come to the United States,” Jones said to the Santa Fe New Mexican.

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A former instructor named Phillip Gallegos says he was fired by Jones because he refused to teach cadets Jones’ controversial philosophy about shooting fleeing vehicles.

“This is the thing — why are you shooting at a car? You should be shooting at the individual that is shooting at you,” Gallegos said.

Another thing Mr. Jones disagrees with is teaching cadets to go for their baton when an unarmed person goes hands-on with them as an officer.  The new director believes that is “too restrictive” on the use of force.

When journalists filed an official request for a copy the academy’s new curriculum, Jones refused, saying it would give criminals an edge.

“I’ll burn them before you get them,” he told The New Mexican.

His new training program, which began January 20th, has also been shortened from 22 weeks down to 16 weeks, leaving many questioning what skills are being dropped from the curriculum while more deadly force is being added.

The decision to train cadets to shoot at fleeing  vehicles comes at a sensitive time for New Mexicans.  In October of last year, a New Mexico State Trooper opened fire on a minivan containing a mother and 5 children that was fleeing a traffic stop.  A month later, a New Mexico State Police officer shot a female driver in the back of the head for trying to evade a traffic stop.

These officers were trained under the old standards that were too “restrictive” for the modern cop.

Should New Mexicans expect a rise in deadly shootings from the students of Col. Jones?

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Teen shot by police holding Wii controller in his own home

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EUHARLEE, GA — A teenage male was shot in his own home while answering the door for police.   Police claim he pointed a gun, but witnesses say he was playing video games and had game controller in his hand when he died.

The incident happened Friday, February 14th, when Euharlee Police officers arrived at the Roupe home to serve a warrant for his father who had allegedly violated his probation.

Inside the mobile home was Christopher Roupe, 17, who was enrolled in his high school’s ROTC program and had intentions of joining the Marine Corps.

Details are murky, but one thing is clear.  Roupe was shot after answering the door for a police officer.

The unnamed female cop who shot Roupe claimed the teen pointed a gun at her after opening the door, and said as much to the Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) when it began looking into the case.

The Nintendo Wii controller.

Attorney Cole Law, representing the Roupe family, says the officer’s statement “just doesn’t add up.”  The attorney says the deceased teen was playing video games and about to watch a movie.

“The eyewitnesses on the scene clearly state that he had a Wii controller in his hand. He heard a knock at the door. He asked who it was, there was no response so he opened the door and upon opening the door he was immediately shot in the chest,” Law said to WSB-TV.

Upon hearing the gunshot, neighbors immediately came running. One neighbor, Tia Howard, told reporters, “When we got up there, they said there was a Wii remote in his hand and she shot him.”

Despite witnesses seeing the officer sobbing after the shooting, she did not report a video game controller.  She reported a gun and attempted to justify her actions.

Why would the officer cry if Roupe had just tried to kill her?  Why would Roupe, who aspires to work for the government, try to murder a civil servant?

Discovering the full truth of the incident will require the public to pressure the department for more details.

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SWAT team took over innocent woman’s house without permission to investigate neighbor

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A SWAT team gathers outside the home of a domestic disturbance in Jacksonville. (Source: WTEV)

JACKSONVILLE, FL — A woman says a SWAT team kicked her out of her home and then helped themselves inside to gain a “tactical advantage” over a neighbor who was under investigation.

Deborah Franz was told to leave her home on Sunday, February 2nd, when there was a domestic disturbance in the mobile home across the street.  A neighbor had allegedly gotten physical with his father and displayed a handgun.  The reaction was a paramilitary force cordoning off the block and forcibly evacuating neighboring homes for the rest of the day.

Deborah Franz says she was violated when SWAT invaded her home.  (Source: W>WTEV)

“The cop goes ‘You all need to leave, you can’t be in your house,’” Franz told WTEV.

Franz left for 6 hours while police blockaded the street.  Little did she know that controlling the scene meant taking over homes not involved with the investigation.

When she returned, she says she “froze” when she opened her door and her belongings had been obviously tampered with.  Her television had been moved and her Xbox game console disconnected.  Window drapes had been pulled to the floor.

Franz believed she had been victim to a home invasion.  Then it dawned on her that the home invaders were working for the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office.

The SWAT team had broken into her home to obtain a tactical advantage against the suspect next door.  Franz wasn’t even so much as notified of the entry.

Her complaint to the department drew only a press release promising police would review their own actions to make sure that they were “legally sound” and performed “in the best interest of the safety” of police and the community.  It would not be the first time that officer safety has been trumpeted as an excuse for infringing citizens’ rights.

SWAT spent hours holding its standoff, bringing in heavy machinery resembling a forklift, and threatening the suspect over loudspeakers.  Embarrassingly, it turned out that the house they were focused on had been empty the whole time.  When SWAT crashed in after 5 hours, the suspect, Michael K. Farrell, had already left.  The siege of Glen Gardener Drive had not stopped the suspect from leaving.

A similar case of police commandeering multiple homes of innocent people took place last year in Nevada.  The families involved sued the department for violating the 3rd Amendment.  No update has been made available on the case.

It does not bode well that the police can operate outside the law when it suits their tactical advantages and safety objectives.  Is there an exemption for police officers in the breaking and entering laws in Florida?  Does the 3rd Amendment apply to police seizing homes?

Has the 4th amendment been changed to read:  “The right of the people to be secure in their houses against unreasonable searches and seizures shall not be violated — unless it gives the government a tactical advantage”?

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Accountability Check

Church volunteers threatened with arrest for feeding homeless people biscuits and coffee

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RALEIGH, NC — Apparently in Raleigh, NC, feeding those that are hungry is now a jailable offense.  A local non-profit that cares for the city’s homeless was told by police that if they handed out a hot meal from the sidewalk, they would be arrested.  More than 70 people had already arrived, knowing that the volunteers would be there with sausage biscuits and coffee.

“I had to face those who were waiting and tell them that I could not feed them, or I would be arrested.” Rev. Hugh Hollowell, pastor and director of Love Wins Minsitries, said in a blog post.

On August 24th, volunteers with Love Wins Ministries arrived at the sidewalk outside of Moore Square at 9:00am to pass out food to the hungry, like they did every weekend.  Hollowell explained that they had always set up on the sidewalk, a public space, making sure to keep the pathway clear and clean up after themselves.  ”We have operated, unmolested, under this assumption for the last six years,” Hollowell said.

This time, the volunteers were told that passing out the meals would be breaking a city ordinance and that anyone caught doing so would be arrested.  However, no officer would tell the ministry what ordinance it was they were breaking.  Hollowell quoted the officer as saying:

“I am just telling you what is. Now you pass out that food, you will go to jail.”

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Police spokesman Jim Sughrue said in an email to WRAL that no one was arrested and that the group was “simply informed” of the rules.  ”Ultimately, the ordinance is a city issue, of course, and when final determinations are made, the police department works with everyone to handle things in the smoothest way possible,” he said.

Love Wins was not the only non-profit to be accosted in the Moore Square area recently.  Human Beans Together volunteer Todd Pratt also told WRAL that his group had been informed that they were no longer allowed to serve the homeless outside Moore Square either.

The city’s choice to threaten those who help the homeless is made worse by the fact that Raleigh’s soup kitchens are closed on the weekends.  On these days, the homeless have nowhere else they can turn for a good meal.  ”I don’t have any family here, not one family member and if these people were not here, I would not make it,” Wanda Borrero, who is currently homeless, told WFLA in response to the crackdown.  ”I mean they might as well kill us. That’s what it’s coming to, they might as well kill us.”

Some think a city project to revitalize the square, set to cost $14.8 million, is the reason for the recent crackdown on charitable giving.

“The police are caught up in a system. The police work for the mayor and the City Council,” Hollowell told WRAL. “(They are) ultimately responsible to the developers who spend lots and lots of money to revitalize downtown.”

This is far from the first time that charity has been rewarded with waste and government violence.  In  February, Lousiana’s State Health Department forced a homeless shelter to destroy 1600 pounds of venison (worth $8000) because “deer are not an approved meat source to be distributed commercially,”CBS Houston reported.  Or New York City, where the Bloomberg administration banned food donations to the city’s government-run homeless shelters more than a year ago.

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Everyone Is Now A Terrorist According to The US Government

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It’s official, every single American can now be classified as a terrorist by the US government. The label of ‘terrorist’ no longer applies to members of Al-Qaeda of ‘extremists’, but the average citizen of this nation.

And I can show you how literally 100% of the population can be classified as a terrorist under the truly outrageous Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and FBI characteristics that define a terrorist or terrorist activity. These broad qualifications of ‘terrorism’ that have spawned a new wave of absolute paranoia within the population regarding their fellow citizens, who the nightly news says may be sleeper cell terrorists.

Paranoia that has led to one woman facing an armed ‘terrorism task-force’ who demanded a home search without a warrant after she ran a Google search for pressure cookers online. A search that, as it turns out, qualifies for terrorist activity within the United States of America. It has now come out that it was her employer that went and called in the police and subsequent ‘terrorism task-force’ after it was discovered that this law-abiding woman and her family had searched for backpacks along with ‘pressure cookers’ on Google.

And it was this event that inspired me to share with you how, no matter what you do or how good you are, you are a terrorist in the eyes of the United States government. Let’s look at just a few ways in which we can reach truly classify 100% of the American public as terrorists when combining these designations together.

Here are qualifications of a terrorist in the United States under the Department of Homeland Security and FBI guidelines.

‘Terrorists’ Pay With Cash

Have you ever payed with cash instead of a credit card? The FBI, operating alongside the DHS in helping to stop terrorism and detain terrorists, says you are likely a terrorist if you do so often. Under the FBI’s Communities Against Terrorism (CAT) program, using cash instead of debt-inducing credit cards means that you are a terrorist suspect. In addition to over 24 other flyers on how to help ‘identify’ terrorists, the tendency to pay with cash is listed as a red flag of terrorism.

‘Terrorists’ Care About Privacy

If you’re concerned about the NSA spying on all of your private emails or listening to your intimate phone calls, you are likely a terrorist under FBI guidelines. And don’t even consider voicing concern for your privacy in a public area, which the FBI says is a definite red flag of a terrorist. According to the FBI and Justice Department’s Communities Against Terrorism initiative, as reported by Slate, being concerned about your privacy might just send you to Guantanamo.

‘Terrorists’ Complain About Tap Water

Have you ever complained about your tap water, or objected to the literal thousands of contaminants inside the municipal water supply? You’re definitely a terrorist. As I reported back in June, a Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC) explained to citizens touring the municipal water plant that complaining about tap water could land you on the terrorist watchlist. He told them:

“But you need to make sure that when you make water quality complaints you have a basis, because federally, if there’s no water quality issues, that can be considered under Homeland Security an act of terrorism.”

So next time your water smells like excessive chlorine, make sure you aren’t taking on the role of a terrorist by reporting it to the water department.

‘Terrorists’ Know About GMOs

Extremist terrorists most of all are familiar with GMOs and dare to agree that they should be labeled, which 93-96% of the country actually is in favor of. According to a major report out of Germany, this demographic is even targeted by the US military for desiring GMO labeling and all forms of political activism. So just this category alone covers about 96% of the US population alone, leaving around 4% left to be absorbed through other terrorist activities.

Now even knowing about something and having an opinion on the matter is an act of terror.

In 2013, everything you do and say can be classified as an act of terrorism by the United States government. Sadly, the public was duped into thinking that unconstitutional legislation like the Patriot Act was truly enacted in order to protect Americans from al-Qaeda and similar threats. But today, you are the terrorist, and Obama is now openly funding al-Qaeda groups with caches of weaponry and direct financing. You are now the terrorist, and the Syrian rebels linked to al-Qaeda are now the good guys.

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SWAT Officers Dragged 10-Year-Old from Bathtub, Made Him Stand Naked Next to 4-Year-Old Sister

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14 police officers with helmets and face-masks and assault rifles stormed in, family says.

Pittsburgh SWAT officers must face claims that they raided a family’s home, violently dragged a child from the bathtub, and “terrorized” them at gunpoint, a federal judge ruled.  Georgeia Moreno and her family sued Pittsburgh, its police chief and 14 police officers in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania.   The events unfolded as Georgeia, her husband, William; and her stepfather, Mark Staymates were watching television in their living room as Georgia’s sick mother, Darlene, slept upstairs at 7 p.m. on Dec. 7, 2010. They suddenly heard a loud explosion and saw bright lights, “as if grenades were going off,” the complaint states. Pittsburgh Police SWAT officers wearing helmets and face-masks then broke and “stormed through” the front and back doors of the home, according to the complaint.

Those officers allegedly never identified themselves, pointed assault rifles at the family, shouted obscenities and destroyed their property.  Although the team purportedly sought to arrest William for quarreling with a drunk, off-duty police officer at a local veterans club early that morning, the family says that their “terrorization” continued for another 45 minutes after William was apprehended.

The officers threw to the floor, kicked and handcuffed Georgeia, her stepfather and her adult son Billy. They also injured Mark’s shoulder and forced Billy to lie face down in broken glass, according to the complaint.
When Georgeia pleaded repeatedly that she had young children in the house, at least one officer allegedly stated, “You think you can get one of ours, and we won’t get one of yours?”

 

The family says the police proceeded to drag Georgeia’s 10-year-old son Trentino violently from the bathtub, injuring his ankles. They allegedly then made the boy stand naked at gunpoint next to his 4-year-old sister Briseis.
Officers have continued to harass and threaten the family since the raid, telling them “that’s how we do things here” and that they should move out of Pittsburgh, the complaint states.
The family asserts claims for violations of their Fourth and 14th amendment rights and seeks $50,000 in damages.
U.S. District Judge Nora Barry Fischer refused to dismiss the case Monday, holding that the plaintiffs’ claims are not time-barred, and the officers knew or should have known that the action would be brought against them.
She noted discrepancies with claims from the SWAT defendants that they were not notified of the action within 120 days, i.e. by Sept. 9, 2012.
This claims is belied by Officer Michael Reddy’s answer, which was filed on July 11, 2012, and “contained specific facts about the Dec. 7, 2010, raid of which defendant Reddy later testified he had no personal knowledge,” Fischer wrote (emphasis in original).
“Reddy’s answer contains other statements regarding facts that would have been only known to the SWAT team members involved in the initial raid,” the judge added. “Yet, his answer also avers that in response to certain SWAT team allegations, ‘after reasonable investigation,’ he was without sufficient knowledge to answer. Given these details, it appears that defense counsel may have secured information from other sources, likely the SWAT officers involved in the raid, to craft defendant Reddy’s answer.”
Fischer also tossed aside Officer Carl Morosetti’s claim that he solely arrested William and did not participate in the actual raid.
“If the court accepts plaintiffs’ factual allegations as true and considers them in their favor, as the court must do at the motion to dismiss stage, then plaintiffs have alleged sufficient facts to support a §1983 claim against Morosetti,” Fischer wrote. “Once discovery has concluded, Morosetti can renew his arguments, if appropriate, at the summary judgment stage.”

Fact discovery will close on Aug. 5, the judgment states.

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