Here in the seed bank forum, I've read a few posts that briefly mention seed orders being seized, and a letter from Homeland Security being sent to the recipient's address?! Can anyone relate first hand experience with this? What does the letter from Homeland Security say? And do you end up getting a visit from the cops/feds, or does the harrassment stop with the letter? The US government loves to create lists of names (like the now famous though never publisized list of names of suspected terrorists). Once you get a letter from Homeland Security stating your seed order has been seized, do you end up on some fuckin list?? Do they press any charges or require you to go to court?? I want to order seeds, but I don't want to end up on some government list of names of suspected pot growers for the rest of my life just because I ordered 10 seeds one time and it got seized.