Update on Department of Education SWAT raid in Stockton

KXTV published another update, with an excellent video, on the Department of Education’s raid on Kenneth Wright’s home in Stockton, California. Neighbors are coming forward to corroborate Wright’s claims.

One witness said: "They all had guns. They dragged him out in his boxer shorts, threw him to the ground and handcuffed him."

KXTV published the entire search warrant.

Page 4 notes that authorities were looking for evidence related to Financial Aid Fraud, Conspiracy, Theft of Government Funds, False Statement to Government Agency, and Wire Fraud. None of these are violent crimes.

Page 5 shows the judge specifically deleted the line authorizing the search for “Contraband or any other item that is immediately apparent to be evidence of a crime.” Authorities expected to NOT encounter criminal behavior. So why the forced entry with deadly force in play?

It also is chilling to know that if you are accused of lying to the federal government, you can expect an early morning SWAT-like raid, get handcuffed and dragged across the yard in your boxer shorts, and have your children terrorized. Orwell’s 1984 was not a work of fiction, but a how-to manual for bureaucrats.

Wright was not arrested, and authorities admitted they were looking for his estranged wife.

All previous questions remain unanswered.