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Wow. I mean. Wow. America-Land of Complainers. They have an opinion on everything, but solutions for nothing.
Puzzies: Then let me ask you this, what other way would you have gone about it other than the way it was handled?
Does your sorry fat ass just find things to bitch about? Seriously, an enemy of the state was on the loose and you expect cops to just be whatever about searching for this guy.
Wait for him to turn himself in obviously
I will say this one more time. Exigent Circumstances--such as, you know, an active manhunt for known terrorists--is a well known and long standing exception to the warrant requirement of the 4th Amendment. Not only was what they did legal, but it has been legal for a long time.
As a side note, it really is striking how many people do not know the actual contours of the parts of constitutional law that they might actually encounter in their lives, i.e., the Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth Amendments.
This post was edited by AUHeismanTrust 15 months ago
Started at the bottom, now we here.....better get used to it.
Under the US constitution they didn't violate anyone's rights. The police can enter someone's home if they believe a fugitive is there or if they believe people are endangered.
I hope to god I am never behind you in the security line at the airport.
3 days ago... Oh these poor people! Please find the people who did this!
Today... OMG! the police violated the civil rights of these people by looking in the houses, in the area that he suspect was last seen... America is so unjust! But we shouldn't have the right to have guns because they are dangerous!
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