or apologize if they raid a residence, kick in the door, tear the walls apart looking for drugs, or even accidently shoot a suspect if they had good reason for their suspicion. I would say Lily did well if she got an apology, her hard drive back, and compensation for the damaged computer. Only on TV do authorities try to dismantle bombs. In the Canada and the US police blast suspected packages with shotguns and laptops are probably the No.1 suspicious package around. Why take a chance approaching a possible deadly device?
North Korea insists it 'regrets,' not apologizes, over mine blast that killed 2 South soldiers (AP)
from the article: Police shoot U.S. student's laptop upon entry to Israel