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originally posted by: Sremmos80
a reply to: bbracken677
Watch cops for a while and you will indeed see they are being trained that way.
Opponents of the law have criticized its authorization of indefinite detentions of immigrants; the permission given law enforcement officers to search a home or business without the owner’s or the occupant’s consent or knowledge
And this type of thinking is flawed, why does invoking your rights now make you suspicious?
Why are they being trained that way?
originally posted by: DustbowlDebutante
As far as I know, they can knock all day, but they still have to ask permission to enter your home unless they have a search warrant and/or probable cause.
Or is it a way to provoke a response that will give something away?
originally posted by: Phage
a reply to: concerned190
This is what the article says so I am assuming they plan on entering homes without warrants.
Why? Why do you think they would announce a program of illegal entry?
Rutherford said his officers plan to knock on 18,000 doors in an effort to reach out into the community to ask people to help them solve these crimes.
"We know the key to solving and preventing this activity is connecting with the community," Rutherford said.