(NaturalNews) Here's a collection of the best videos we've posted so far on the Rawesome Foods raid. Special thanks goes to www.RealFoodRights.com
for providing many of these videos, as well as www.InfoWars.com
(Alex Jones) and www.CertifiedHealthNut.com
In these videos (see below), you'll see footage from the front lines of the Rawesome Foods raid, interviews after the raid and video footage from the public protest outside the LA County Courthouse the day after the raid.
More video footage is on the way from NaturalNews.com, so stay plugged in as we continue to cover this event.
Rawesome Foods videos
Lela Buttery searches for a warrant and finds they stole the cash!
They poured out all the milk!
Troy Casey interviews people after the Rawesome Foods raid:
Public protest in front of the LA County Courthouse:
Mark McAfee from OrganicPastures.com defends safety of raw milk:
Mike Adams (Health Ranger) explains the Rawesome
raid (government terrorism) on RT America:
Alex Jones interviews Mike Adams in the InfoWars studios about the raw milk fiasco:
Health freedom attorney Jonathan Emord speaks about raw milk freedom in Washington D.C. (this video is from a few years earlier, about the government's assault on Amish farmers):
Robert Scott Bell and Mike Adams discuss government terrorism against American farmers on the RSB Show:
Lela Buttery explains how government agents stole $9,000 in cash
during the Rawesome Foods
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