Feds Terrorize Women

From the NRA:

Just after dawn on September 5, 1991, some sixty agents from the DEA, U.S. Forest Service, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, and National Guard, complete with painted faces and camouflage and accompanied by another twenty or more National Guard troops with a light armored vehicle, raided the homes of Sina Brush and two of her neighbors near Montainair, New Mexico. Brush and her daughter were still asleep.

Hearing noises outside, Ms. Brush got up and was only halfway across the room, when the door was kicked in by the agents. Clad only in their underwear, Ms. Brush and her daughter were handcuffed and forced to kneel in the middle of the room while the agents searched the house. No drugs were found. The police had obtained a warrant using information furnished by an unreliable informant and had entered Brush's home without knocking first.

Source: May 10, 1995 news release by the NRA.