Michigan drug task force raided her home over medical marijuana and kept ‘every belonging’

Medical marijuana user Ginnifer Hency told a group of Michigan lawmakers last week that a drug task force raided her home and kept ‘every belonging’ she owned — including her vibrator — even after a judge dismissed the charges against her. Forbes contributor Jacob Sullum reported last week that Hency testified before the Michigan state Houseā€¦


Thanks to Ocean City Drug Lawyer Angie DiPietro.

4 thoughts on “Michigan drug task force raided her home over medical marijuana and kept ‘every belonging’

  1. How is this even constitutional? They get around depriving you of your property without due process by filing a lawsuit against the property and not the property owner? If anyone had the guts to use this against the banksters, the courts would declare the whole abomination unconstitutional in a NY minute. If Bernie Sanders becomes president, I hope he puts his AG nominee on this one as their first act after swearing in.

  2. Police used to maintain social order, not law and order. Despite TV, arrests and prosecution are more about intimidation than public safety these days. Hence the brag, “I can still take your stuff.” Even if you’ve done nothing wrong, they can take anything and everything, beat you and take your life. And smugly walk away saying they’re ‘justified.’ Still think Baltimore and Ferguson are problems only for black Americans?

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