The Washington Times notes today that federal officicals seem to send in the SWAT teams for just about any wrongdoing, no matter how unintentional or petty the "crime."
The paper says: the retirees "Kathy and George Norris lived under the specter of a covert government investigation for almost six months before the government unsealed a secret indictment and revealed why [the government] had treated their family home as if it were a training base for suspected terrorists. Orchids." And that six federal agents who plundered their home in search of evidence were "wearing SWAT gear and carrying weapons." The FBI? Homeland Security? Nope. They "were with - get this- the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service."