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Topic - Deborah Franz
A Jacksonville, Fla., homeowner said she was ordered out of her house by members of a SWAT team who were responding to an incident at a neighbor’s residence.
Ms. Franz didn't launch an immediate lawsuit, but said she'd like an apology for the ordeal, which ultimately ended with the suspects getting away, according to The Blaze.
I froze, because I realized somebody had messed with my TV," Ms. Franz said, the local television station reported