Cops in Australia raid the reinforced home of a suspected drug dealer and find the evidence they need.
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Knock Knock, You’re Busted | Drugs, Inc.
I wonder why they call this a reinforced door, here in Italy is common to have "porta blindata" which literally mean "armoured door", with 2 or more 1/2 inch X 2 inches locking deadbolt per side (10 or sometimes 12 in total), 4 or 5 mm (it's like 1/5 or 1/4 inches) steel plate as the main door surface, usually reinforced around the key hole to protect from manipulation of the key core and connection between it and the deadbolts by another 1/4 inches plate. Behind this main surface you'll find a mesh of 3 long vertical hss steel beam and 4 or 5 horizontal ones, all soldered together and to the front panel...
All is closing on to and hinged to a metal frame, fixed by 20 or more 4 to 6 inches screws to the house.
Oh and yeah, we build house with bricks and concrete, 1 feet of wall, not wood ahah...
I mean, even with a search warrant.. shouldn't they have at least knocked first and see if someone opened the door? They started destroying property before even giving a chance to open the door. I doubt a warrant gives them the right to do so when it may not be needed.