Sunday, February 15, 2009

Herald Palladium WATCH
One woman propaganda machine: Wendy-Dant Chesser, Herald Palladium board, Cornerstone Alliance President, Harbor Shores Trustee, Alliance for World-Class Communities officer. (H-P sold in 2000 to Paxton Media Group, Paducah, Ky. Whirlpool VP Jeff Noel from Ky.)

Can we believe the validity of ANY "drug arrest" stories in Benton Harbor"

Ok, so Andrew Collins, drug-planter extraordinaire, is behind bars. Everyone knows the BHPD is corrupt, and Collins wasn't the only one. Just 2 week ago, approximately 6 BH cops with dogs forced occupants of a house into the yard while they "searched" the house.
All were eventually allowed back in - cops said no drugs were found. But, cops re-entered with the occupants and "happened" to notice crumbs of some variety of drug on the refrigerator. An occupant stated that it would be a foolish place to put them because of heat from the refrigerator. 3 of the occupants were taken to Darth Vader's castle, the Berrien County Courthouse, and charged.

THIS IS HAPPENING ALL THE TIME IN BENTON HARBOR AND NO ONE IS DOING ANYTHING

Does anyone reading the following story believe it? Does it make you feel safer? ---

Drug raid nets four arrests

2/12/09 H-P

BENTON HARBOR - An investigation of alleged drug trafficking at ********* St. led to the arrest of four people Wednesday morning, Berrien County sheriff's officers reported.
Sgt. Robert Boyce of the sheriff's Narcotics Unit said the arrests were made after police served a search warrant at the address and found suspected marijuana with a street value of $850 and other drug evidence.
Those arrested, who all live in the house, were booked at the Berrien County jail.
They are: ***********, charged with possession with intent to deliver marijuana and maintaining a drug house, both second offenses; ************, marijuana possession and maintaining a drug house; **********, marijuana possession; and **********, marijuana possession and an outstanding warrant alleging contempt of court.
Boyce said the search warrant was obtained after a two-week investigation prompted by citizen complaints about drug activity at the house.
At the time the search warrant was served, ********* attempted to flee out a second story window but was apprehended by police, Boyce said.
The other three suspects were inside the residence.

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