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Cops Tie Up 75-Year-Old Grandmother in Botched Raid



According to Ruth Hunter, Virginia State Police bound her hands with zip-ties  after wrongfully targeting her apartment in a drug raid.

“I thought it was somebody just breaking in to rob me and kill me,” Hunter  told CBS 6. “… Took my hands and handcuffed me with the ties  because they told me I was under arrest and then after they handcuffed me that’s  when they proceeded to ask questions.”

Police told Hunter that her home was listed as a major drug spot according to  court documents, a claim Hunter says is absolutely ridiculous.

“Asked me if I ever stored drugs for anybody,” Hunter stated. “I said how  dare you insult my integrity.”

Officers then began questioning Hunter on her relationship with certain  family members, accusing her granddaughter of knowing drug dealers.

“…Associating my granddaughter with knowing these people. I sat up in my bed  like how dare you bring my granddaughter into this stuff,” Hunter said.  “She’s a law abiding citizen, works everyday and doesn’t even like coming  here.”

Police then suddenly stopped the interrogation, left Hunter hadcuffed in her  apartment and made an arrest two-doors down.

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