Whining about an absurdly uncommon occurrence,
Even 10 times would far too often. And nobody was whining.
while ignoring the people who are being robbed every day
Who was ignoring this? Certainly not me, and I don't think anyone else.
Framing the debate as the guilty and the never charged, is terrible to the point of being a straw man, which makes your anti-civil-forfeiture position confusing.
Again, nobody did this. Not me, and not GP.
GP mentioned losing a house. There was an actual case like this in California. An innocent elderly couple lost their home and large plot of land to civil forfeiture because somebody had planted a few pot plants OUTSIDE their property line.
Ignoring the outrageous cases that do occasionally happen is no less erroneous than what you accused us of. Nobody should be treated like that.
"It behooves every man who values liberty of conscience for himself, to resist invasions of it in the case of others: or their case may, by change of circumstances, become his own." -- Thomas Jefferson