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Where’s the outrage?

June 19, 2007

I don't know how long this has been around, but I just stumbled upon it recently. The market-liberals[1] at the Cato Institute have compiled an interactive map of botched police raids. It appears to be both well-researched and thorough, and shows that the scourge of police invasions on innocents and nonviolent offenders is not limited to the years under the Bush administration.

Meanwhile, Cato's ideological brethren over at Reason have this video interview with Regina Kelly, who was wrongly arrested and jailed based upon a "tip" from a police informant. Ms. Kelly tells harrowing tale.

  1. This is, I believe, the label they prefer. For an interesting read, check out How to Label Cato, where they explain why they shouldn't be called a good number of other things.