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Crack Dealer Claims Police Violated His Human Rights

A TOWER block tenant took West Midlands Police Chief Constable Chris Sims to court, claiming his force violated his human rights after officers raided his home and found it was being used as a crack den.Dean Leary, from Birmingham, was banned from his council home in Forth Drive, Chelmsley Wood, after cops spotted an average of 50 addicts visiting the property each day with more than 85 visiting on one occasion. Police raided the property in March 2010 – sawing their way through a locked metal cage gate to gain access.

Once inside, they found the rooms littered with crack pipes, burnt foil, scales and syringes.

Two men, aged 33 and 35, as well as a 33-year-old woman, were arrested during the raid and all three were later released without charge. Police had received scores of complaints about the flat and many residents said they were living in fear of the seedy goings-on.

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Added: Mar-5-2012 
By: jbpnw
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Tags: busted, arrest, crack dealer, drugs, raid, caught on tape, raw video, police, cops, human rights, douche
Location: Birmingham, England, United Kingdom (UK/GB) (load item map)
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