A recent college graduate in Washington says he wants an apology after deputies in Spokane County mistakenly raided his home, with guns drawn, giving him the scare of his life.

At this point is where the reference to Nazi Germany would be prudent. However, that would be understating the actual repugnance of the modern police state; for the USA, with its slaying of innocence, rapacious sodomy, and exponential increase in violence in the last couple of decades, is now on track to out do even the Stasi.

Conner Guerrero says he noticed somebody sneaking around his yard at night and assumed it was burglars.

“Just trying to enjoy my evening. All the sudden, I see a flashlight shining through my doors…” said Guerrero. “I’m thinking this could be a dangerous situation for me.”

“I come over to my door and I slap it to say hey someone is in this house and they’re not going to let you come in here,” he told KREM-TV. “Right as soon as I opened this door, and it’s dark outside – it’s very dark and all I can see is a pistol.”

A man yelled “Sheriff’s office” and told him to come out of the house.

“I’m wondering why the hell there is a gun being pointed at me right now! They directed me to take a knee, well both knees,” he said. “The gun [was] still drawn.”

Deputies reportedly said Guerrero was trespassing and didn’t live there. Not until they looked at his I.D. did they realize Guerrero did live there and they had the wrong home.

Instead of apologizing, one of the deputies told Guerrero, “You’re lucky I didn’t f–king shoot you.”

“We went to the wrong house, yes … after that they handled the call for what it was advised of,” said Sheriff Ozzie Knezovich. “They showed up, it was a dark house, fresh tire tracks, they were looking for a burglar.”

But officers were responding to a call about a suspicious vehicle, not a burglary.

Guerrero says he’s been having trouble sleeping since the incident, but Knezovich blamed him for making it worse.

“You don’t pound on a door, open it and slam it that way. Put yourself in the deputies’ position,” said Knezovich.

Knezovic says the Sheriff’s office issued an apology to Guerrero, but Guerrero wants a personal apology from the two deputies who got the wrong house.

Sources: KREM.com, NWCN.com, OpposingViews.com

Matt Agorist is an honorably discharged veteran of the USMC and former intelligence operator directly tasked by the NSA. This prior experience gives him unique insight into the world of government corruption and the American police state. Agorist has been an independent journalist for over a decade and has been featured on mainstream networks around the world. Agorist is also the Editor at Large at the Free Thought Project. Follow @MattAgorist on Twitter, Steemit, and now on Facebook.