To: Old Sarge
It’s not a warrantless search without probable cause. It’s an inspection. Land of the free, home of the brave...
posted on 02/07/2013 9:04:45 AM PST
(Why celebrate evil? Evil is easy. Good is the goal worth striving for.)
That still does not negate the 4th and 5th Amendment.
Don’t answer questions, don’t allow any searches of the inside or your person, always ask, “Am I being detained or am I free to go.”
Being “uncooperative” by asserting your rights is not probable cause.
posted on 02/07/2013 9:12:34 AM PST
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Its not a warrantless search without probable cause. Its an inspection. Land of the free, home of the brave...
Please post an essay of not less than 5000 words comparing and contrasting the two (warrantless* search & inspection), be sure to cite your sources.
* -- The fourth amendment requires probable cause (supported by oath/affirmation) prior to issuing a warrant; therefore all warrants w/o probable cause should be nullity. (That, however, is a different topic.)
But seriously, the contortions the judicial-system [and government in general]** does to get around such restrictions the Constitution places is a thing to behold. (Absolutely ludicrous, to the point they should be laughed to derision and then tarred & feathered, and then 'escorted' out of town.)
** -- "Due process and judicial process are not one and the same, particularly when it comes to national security. The Constitution guarantees due process, not judicial process." (Eric Holder)
posted on 02/07/2013 9:21:25 AM PST
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