At least this article doesn’t say that police pointed Bushmaster semi-automatic rifles at them as others have experienced in hundreds of government-ordered raids this year, but they pretty much were subjected to everything else from the sound of it.
An elderly Manakau couple have sought legal advice after a Government raid on their farm made them feel like drug dealers.
Their crime? Selling milk.
John and Phillippa Martin run a dairy farm in Manakau, south of Levin, that has been in the family for 103 years.
Two weeks ago four cars and six men swooped on their house during breakfast as part of a coordinated Ministry of Primary Industries raid on eight farms around New Zealand.
Full article on the NZ Herald website