Monday, March 30, 2009

U.S. Attorney Wants Jackpot

In a show down to happen at the State Supreme Court this week in Nebraska, a New York man is demanding his Las Vegas-bound money back from the U.S. Attorney's Office in the Cornhusker State which filed a motion to seize it.

Louis Obad was never convicted of a crime. He was driving from NY to Nevada when he was pulled over for speeding. State authorities found $40,000 in his car and a small quantity of pot he was smoking. He was fined and off he went, without his money.

Now, the U.S. government, with no evidence stuck their nose in the situation and wants to keep the man's money as illegal proceeds from drug running. This was after a state court granted the return of the money to Obad. Remind you, the U.S. government has no evidence.

Can you believe in the era of Obama that the Rove Republican Racket is in full force, using fear and intimidation on U.S. citizens? Obad's money is now a target of their wrath.

What if they had found a pair of counterfeit sunglasses?

Here's the full article.

1 comment:

  1. A governmental act of stealing money- such bull!!Just one more example why the unconstitutinal WAR ON DRUGS should end!!!