Sheriff’s Warning To Feds: Stop Harassing Us… Or We Will Arrest You’ – Watch What Happens
by Jason DeWitt
When Indiana Sheriff Brad Rogers heard that a farmer in his county who produces and sells raw milk had been harassed by Obama’s FDA and the DOJ every couple of weeks for a months, he became furious. Rogers knew that the farmers were doing nothing wrong and that the milk was safe and no danger to anyone.
What Rogers did next should inspire Americans to action from coast-to-coast.
He told the feds in no uncertain terms that if they came back and came after this farmer again, they would be charged and arrested.
Guess what happened next? They backed off.
As Terresa Monroe-Hamilton of RWN reported, the Sheriff emailed Obama’s goons:
From Freedom Outpost:
The US Food & Drug Administration (FDA) and Department of Justice (DOJ) took the actions four years ago simply because the farmer was providing raw milk to an organic food co-op. The story is receiving renewed coverage because the Indiana sheriff, Elkhart County’s Brad Rogers, wrote a 600-word explanation for a local newspaper as part of his “Ask The Sheriff” series. Off The Grid News previously reported on the dispute.More from Rogers:
“Specifically, the FDA was inspecting his farm without a warrant as much as every two weeks,” Rogers wrote. “Typical inspections occur annually. The Department of Justice (DOJ) had subpoenaed him for a grand jury in Michigan in which he was to bring his production documents. The Feds wanted to make this farmer an example.
“My research,” Rogers added, “concluded that no one was getting sick from this distribution of this raw milk. It appeared to be harassment by the FDA and the DOJ, and making unconstitutional searches, in my opinion. The farmer told me that he no longer wished to cooperate with the inspections of his property.”
THIS is the way the states and its officials can stand up to the tyranny of Barack Obama’s federal gestapo, on everything from guns to EPA overreach. Way to go, Sheriff Rogers!
[Sources: RWN, Freedom Outpost]