The feds can raid Gibson as many times as the courts allow them to. That's the law.I only bringing up a proposed argument which I think would be valid. So the feds can continue to raid Gibson for years to come until they can decide what Gibson will be charged with, would you advocate this policy.
The Clinton admin was subject to numerous warrants and subpeonas during the Lewinsky investigation. Did you protest them?
If the court issues a warrant, then it is not unreasonable unless you're now going off the deep end and claiming the court is also in on the conspiracy against GibsonThere is a point when it becomes harassment. Not arguing the validity of the warrant, I am arguing the harassment on Gibson which can be construed as unreasonable searches IMO.
SO you don't know what the statutes of limitation is on this, but you're sure there's something wrong the feds did?There are also issues like statutes of limitation... I'm not sure what they would be for this case, but still, we're not talking about a murder charge or some other SERIOUS crime. Even on face value, at worst their "crime" is that they were victims of fraud and sold what they bought under false pretenses.
Again, you don't know the facts, but you're sure something was done wrongNot quite deserving of the SWAT style raid of the place, when a visit from 2 officers with a warrant would have been sufficient, they sell guitars not crystal meth.
Doesn't the federal government have better things to do like raiding Amish milk farmers?
Our economy is falling apart and the federal government is concerned over trees located in Madagascar. I love how our tax money is spent.