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  • Asset forfeiture in Texas

    A tactic called civil asset forfeiture allows law enforcement agencies to seize property or money from anyone suspected of committing a crime. It’s a useful tool for federal agents fighting drug cartels. But in states like Texas, complaints about it are increasing and the issue is uniting two groups who don’t usually get along: lawbreakers and conservative politicians. (Video courtesy of VICE News Tonight on HBO)

Asset forfeiture in Texas

A tactic called civil asset forfeiture allows law enforcement agencies to seize property or money from anyone suspected of committing a crime. It’s a useful tool for federal agents fighting drug cartels. But in states like Texas, complaints about it are increasing and the issue is uniting two groups who don’t usually get along: lawbreakers and conservative politicians. (Video courtesy of VICE News Tonight on HBO)