Advocates hope suit over 2017 incident where men broke into a Montana home after a missed court date will effect the industry’s legality

Eugene Mitchell and his wife, Shayleen, were sleeping comfortably in their bed at home in Lolo, Montana, when they were startled awake by the sound of their front door being busted down.

“Two seconds later they were in our bedroom, all wearing tactical gear, camouflage, assault rifles,” Mitchell said, recalling five men in total.

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They are backwoods hillbillies that are carrying guns and breaking into people’s houses

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