Yeah, not trolling.
Using "raid" to describe "driving down to the office and picking up papers" is not only inflammatory, it's dishonest. If federal agencies were actually "raiding" local law enforcement offices to prevent the legal dissemination of information, that would be a shocking and unprecedented escalation in the general crackdown on public access to information of this kind. That's what I gathered happened from this post, because, well, Cory said that's what happened, and it's only when I read the ACLU's own account of the incident I realized that apparently came straight out of his hat.
What happened here meets no reasonable definition of "raid," and this suggests Cory's inclined to use extremely misleading language to characterize actions he disagrees with. I actually have a moral problem with that, and I certainly am not impressed by the thoughtless and knee jerk defense I'm seeing by his fans. As far as I can see, what you take issue with is me strenuously disagreeing.