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Graphic: Fred Noland/SF Weekly

‚ÄčWhen San Francisco narcotics officers showed up at a Castro District home early on the morning of January 11, they had a search warrant for “proceeds” from an illegal marijuana grow.

But the SFPD and federal DEA officers didn’t find any cannabis cash at that address, one of six raided simultaneously that morning, reports Chris Roberts at SF Weekly.
Instead, they found Clark Freshman, a UC Hastings law professor and the main consultant to the TV show Lie To Me.
Freshman was handcuffed while in his bathrobe as agents searched, despite his insistence that they had the wrong place and were breaking the law.
“I told them to call the judge and get their warrant updated,” Freshman said. “They just laughed at me — I guess that’s why they’re called pigs.”
Soon the porcine police may be defendants, in addition to douche bags. Freshman, who is furious about the incident, has pledged to sue the DEA and the SFPD for unlawful search and seizure of his home.