WATCH: Cops Raid Innocent Family, Terrorize Small Children, Destroy Their Home, Laugh About It

November 10, 2019 in News, Video by RBN Staff

by Matt Agorist

Chicago, IL — Because of their gross negligence and incompetence, the city of Chicago is facing a slew of lawsuits for raiding the homes of innocent people — allegedly by mistake. TFTP has reported on several of these lawsuits in which cops raided a four-year-old’s birthday party and held other children at gunpoint. One of these families has even been raided — mistakenly — three times. One family’s recent mistaken raid, however, exposed a blue wall of silence and showing how far the Chicago police department is willing to go to cover up their crimes. After their requests to receive the body camera footage from the brutal raid were denied several times, an innocent family has finally gotten that video. But it comes with a catch — video of what happened during the first 20 minutes was conveniently missing.

Over the past few years, the residents of Chicago have been subject to a militarized police state occupation. Innocent family after innocent family each waking up in the middle of the night as heavily armed storm troopers throw flash bangs into their homes, haul them outside in the cold, point guns at their heads, and even handcuff small children. These families are being terrorized in their own homes, many of them left with PTSD, and no one is being held accountable—because the state is the one behind the terror


And because they are the state, they are refusing to hold themselves accountable and going through great lengths to keep their terror campaign secret.

Some of the latest victims in this state-sponsored police terror campaign are Domonique Wilson and her children. Wilson’s raid has just exposed a troubling problem within the department as well.

Wilson’s home was raided in March by a SWAT team who was acting on bad information. Her tiny children had guns pointed at their heads and were placed in handcuffs. They were marched outside like slaves and forced to stand in the freezing wet rain for hours.