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Once again the truck looks like it'd be from someone that would know the rules and guide line for moving weapons around states.
originally posted by: ~Lucidity
Gotta love the Daily News
Cops nab trio of 'vigilantes' at Holland Tunnel with loaded guns, 'America' gun clip and 2,000 rounds of ammo
Relax. All three are "white."
Hilarious when taken with the idea that yesterday I posted a thread about DefCon levels....and the overwhelming response was to discredit what I was discussing.
The Supreme Court ruled on Monday that police can use evidence they obtained illegally against a defendant in court.
The justices voted five-to-three in favor of a lawbreaking police officer in Utah v. Strieff, a drug-related case involving a Utah man.
Police spied on a South Salt Lake City home after receiving an anonymous tip about drug activity. When Joseph Edward Strieff, the defendant in the case, walked out of the house, a police detective illegally stopped him, questioned him and checked his name in a police database.
The State of Utah conceded that this stop was illegal. Justice Sonia Sotomayor noted that the police “officer did not suspect that Strieff had done anything wrong. Strieff just happened to be the first person to leave a house that the officer thought might contain ‘drug activity.'”
Yet the police officer saw that Strieff had a “small traffic warrant.” He therefore arrested Strieff and illegally searched him, finding methamphetamine in his pocket. Utah subsequently charged Strieff with illegal drug possession.