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Video: Police Break Into Home Without Warrant

For some reason, bondsmen are allowed to come uninvited onto private property without a search warrant if they see the suspect enter which they didn't in this case. They also need to knock politely, state their purpose, explain their warrant, and give time for the suspect to come out. In this case the suspect wasn't even there.

The deputy sheriff from Kern County Sheriff's Department in California, who doesn't even have any business being in the home, not only says he doesn't need a warrant, but orders the woman to back away.

I'm sure the slimeball Attorney General Jerry Brown will work overtime to cover up this!

Security camera footage

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