This is a story I originally covered for Discovery News from the start: The owners of a Texas ranch raided by police based on a psychic’s bogus information about a massacre have sued the psychic, winning a $6.8 million judgment. You can read the story HERE.
Hard to tell from the article as the critical data from the police is oddly not in the story. But, if the “psychic” contacted the police with this story and the police didn’t determine that she HAD physically seen the items described then the 4th Amendment was violated. In that case the police should have been sued for the majority of the damages.