August 2, 2012 police raid on Michael Schmidt’s Glencolton Farms, just after the court granted him leave to appeal

That’s what Michael Schmidt is reporting today on Facebook, along with this pictures:

Photo via Michael Schmidt today.

Update 9:44 pm: Apparently this raid was regarding sheep, not raw milk.

Sheep farmer Montana Jones was also raided this morning by the OPP and CFIA, according to lawyer Karen Selick.



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9 responses to “August 2, 2012 police raid on Michael Schmidt’s Glencolton Farms, just after the court granted him leave to appeal

  1. I would say “unbelievable”… only it’s not. That’s sad.

  2. We don’t have governments any longer, all we have are criminal gangs with a flag on the wall that do as they please. People should have paid attention when they had the chance. It is almost too late to do anything about it now.

  3. Royce Hamer

    Lets get behind the Canadian Anti Corruption League and put an end to this corruption and bullying. Those that remain silent are as guilty as the criminals that are performing in this unjust manner.

  4. AJ

    ENOUGH with these police raids on your farm! You have won how many court cases since the first raid. And, how many years have passed since the first raid.

    Don’t they have something better to do than harass honest, hard working citizens.

  5. Durable

    I really hate it that my taxes fund domestic terrorism against farmers.

  6. Don’t they realize that every time they do a raid on a farm, the demand for these kinds of products really increases? Some people don’t realize it (real food) even exists until they see news of the raid on the news, etc. Somehow the news makes people really hungry for this stuff! Maybe that is why the food/sheep cops were careful to seize all videos/cameras/coverage of this event.

  7. If you have 10 minutes to watch this film, please do so.
    Be open minded to a different paradigm than the one your government has taught you. This explains IMHO what is going on here.

    The Red Pill: The story of your enslavement.

  8. Like Ayn Rand said 60 years ago and this also explains what you are seeing:

    “There’s no way to rule innocent men. The only power government has is the power to crack down on criminals. Well, when there aren’t enough criminals, one makes them. One declares so many things to be a crime that it becomes impossible for men to live without breaking laws. ” ~(paraphrased: Page 406 of Ayn Rand’s, Atlas Shrugged )

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