Habersham County Georgia scored another point for the war on drugs by taking down “Baby Bou” a dangerous 19 month old meth dealer with no respect for the law. Sheriff Joey Terrell sent in his SWAT team to serve a “no-knock warrant” on the residence after receiving reports that Baby Bou was armed and dangerous. A no-knock warrant is typical with an armed suspect, as it makes the suspect more likely to fire at officers when they think its a typical burglary. A senior SWAT officer explains “We dress like burglars with our faces covered, because with all this military equipment and training, it would be a shame not to get to use it on people, and once you announce that you’re a cop, most people just come out with their hands up, what fun is that?”
Though no meth or weapons were found, the Sheriffs office did say that the baby looked really mean. “There was only one SWAT Team present at the time, and for a minute, it looked like Baby Bou was going to get the upper hand on us. If he was 9 months old, the eight of us could maybe have taken him without the grenade, but at 19 months, well, we don’t like to take chances.” Sheriffs, typically known for being gutless pussies, tend to like outnumbering their victims at least 10 to 1. Setting fire to children has been common practice of law enforcement since its effective use in the Waco Massacre of 1993.
The sheriff who delivered the grenade remains nameless and faceless as SWAT members tend to do, probably to avoid the adulation and praise of the public, only issuing this statement “I would flash bang every baby in the world to keep just one person from enjoying a buzz”. Terrell who ordered the child’s mutilation, and is somehow still a sheriff, was quoted as saying “oops, oh well”.
Police were tipped off to Baby Bou’s meth dealing by a confidential informant, that is a drug addict who tries to save their own skin by making up stories about other drug addicts in exchange for leniency.