Georgia Deputies Seize $500,000 in Cash from Motorist Cited for Traffic Violations | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Georgia Deputies Seize $500,000 in Cash from Motorist Cited for Traffic Violations

By Carey Wedler

In recent years, the public and government alike have signaled disapproval toward the contentious police practice of civil asset forfeiture, where law enforcement can seize property from private individuals—often without charging them with a crime. States have enacted reforms, and just last month, the Supreme Court issued a ruling against it...

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This will teach him...

George

...to park a Brinks truck in a "Compact" stall.

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