What happens when a citizen arrested for drunk driving doesn’t show up for his court hearing? Well, a warrant is issued for his arrest….and if he refuses to surrender, over 100 cops destroy his home.
New York Deputies Destroy Man’s Home During Standoff to Force "Peaceful Outcome"
Ithaca, NY. Jan. 7 — A New York sheriff’s department said it destroyed a man’s home during a standoff in order to reach a peaceful resolution as well as to protect the armed suspect inside, but the man ended up killing himself anyway.
Nevertheless, the Tompkins County Sheriff’s Office is satisfied that none of the more than 100 officers from multiple agencies were hurt during the 60 hour standoff.
Sheriff officials say David Cady, 36, took his own life because he had made up his mind not to go back to jail.
His crime: failure to appear in court on a felony drunk driving charge…
For a frightening YouTube video of what was left of the DUI suspect’s home after the police were finished, and his wife and kids left homeless, see Tompkins County Sheriff’s Department NY Destroys House. And yes, this massive assault by paramilitary forces on a man’s home for failing to appear in court apparently happened right here in the United States.
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