January 14, 2021 :

Albertville: U.S.A. Youngsters at an elementary school in the suburbs of Atlanta had barely finished praying for the new year before a uniformed patrolman burst into their classroom.

The officer, along with three other federal agents, grabbed the unruly kids by the arms and dragged them away from the crucifixes of their parents, accusing them of being drug dealers and worse.

The next morning, when the children arrived at school, there was a line of cops outside their classroom door. Each child was given a search warrant and a narcotic sniffing dog, who found a third of the students’ drugs.

The results were sent to the school’s principal, who along with several teachers were immediately fired. The U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia, whose jurisdiction includes the town, issued a restraining order against the FBI, saying its actions were in violation of both the Bill of Rights and the Constitution.

The school’s principal and a handful of parents brought suit against the FBI, seeking compensation for the misery they suffered when their children were taken away in handcuffs.

Attorney Joseph Martinez told the Federal Bureau of Prisons he had developed a compound that helps treat alcoholics and heroin addicts: “Our stuff is unique because it also cuts cocaine, crystal meth, and heroin.”