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Monday, March 1, 2010

The Courts - Farther Down the Road to Hell

This is an extraordinary case: Our court approves, without blinking, a police sweep of a person's home without a warrant, without probable cause, without reasonable suspicion and without exigency - in other words, with nothing at all to support the entry except the curiosity police always have about what they might find if they go rummaging around a suspect’s home. Once inside, the police managed to turn up a gun "in plain view" - stuck between two cushions of the living room couch - and we reward them by upholding the search.

Did I mention that this was an entry into somebody's home, the place where the protections of the Fourth Amendment are supposedly at their zenith?

Federal Judge Alex Kozinski, dissenting in U.S. v. Lemus, as cited in this essay by Kevin Baker

Read it all.

Do you honestly believe that a group of elitist lawyers in funny dresses want a filthy peasant such as yourself to be anything other than a docile tax serf?

If you really believe that, you will have an extraordinarily difficult time in the coming months and years.

Tempus fugit.


Blogger Did it MY way said...

That's scary...Some police may be shot.

See Ya

March 1, 2010 at 9:17 PM  
Blogger chinasyndrome said...

Thats total BS,but probally about to become the norm.

SCOTUS on 2nd amendment.



March 2, 2010 at 2:05 AM  
Anonymous Casey said...

How many times does the 9th circuit get overturned? Judge Kozinski's analysis is correct. Watch for this one to go to the Supreme Court and get overturned.

March 2, 2010 at 2:06 AM  
Blogger Kevin said...

The 5th Circuit's U.S. v. Gould didn't get overturned.

March 2, 2010 at 3:46 AM  

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