DiMatteo raid video released

By From page A1 | October 05, 2012

Former South Lake Tahoe City Councilman Ted Long has released a video of the August raid of Gino DiMatteo’s home in hopes of showing people authorities have been overzealous in their pursuit of the former medical marijuana dispensary owner. The video, shot across the street from DiMatteo’s house, shows numerous SWAT team members surrounding and entering the home. One of the law enforcement officers can be seen throwing a stun grenade into the home’s front hallway.The video can be found at“I’m just hoping to show people that this is out of control,” Long said. “This could be your house. This could be you.”

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