Updates on the Drug Task Force Search Case and the Family Court Search Case

On Friday we filed a lawsuit against Putnam County and the individual members of their “SEU” – Special Enforcement Unit – for an illegal search of a family’s residence in Putnam County, West Virginia in April of 2019. These were the same guys from the Dustin Elswick video. Here’s the full complaint (sorry it was omitted earlier, but NOW here it is):

Then this morning we received motions to dismiss from the defendants in the Family Court Judge Search case. Here’s the memorandum arguing for dismissal for the judge, based on judicial immunity, and somewhat surprisingly, the 11th Amendment:

Lastly, here’s the memorandum arguing for dismissal for the county and the deputies, arguing qualified immunity:

We’ll go through these in tonight’s live video update in Freedom is Scary, Episode No. 58. Join me live at 6:30 p.m. ET:

2 thoughts on “Updates on the Drug Task Force Search Case and the Family Court Search Case

  1. We can’t get our law enforcement to move on drug traffickers in mason county . Blind eyes , deaf ears won’t help is what we have . Going back as far as 2016 . With people being told leave things alone if you don’t want your family attacked . Corruption in small towns goes deep . I know , I tried .

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