They should be charging whomever approved the no-knock raid in the first place.
Looks like the guy they arrested was the detective who made the no-knock application in the first place, and apparently lied on some key info in the application:
Ms completely innocent in the drug trade … but these midnight (or otherwise) no knock warrants are crap in general, just like civil asset forfeiture.
I’m pretty sure I posted something similar in the 800+ posts in this thread. But if not, I agree with you.
What’s a good point worth if it’s not worth repeating?