SOURCE: POLICE STATE USA
(Source: CBS Los Angeles)
DANA POINT, CA — Students at a California high school were forced to hunker down as SWAT teams with weapons drawn searched their entire campus for weapons. The effort included a warrantless search of students’ vehicles, lockers, backpacks, and classrooms. The long 4-hour detention reportedly forced some students to urinate in darkened classrooms.
The lockdown/detention was not lifted until 4:00 p.m. Hungry, exhausted students poured out of their classrooms to seek bathrooms and food.
No weapon was found. No suspect was arrested. No threats were ever made. No crime was committed. No one was in any danger whatsoever — except from having their rights violated and safety jeopardized by overzealous, paramilitary cops.