posted on Jun, 2 2019 @ 10:26 PM
a reply to: Shadowbanned
I tried to relate it to something equally inadmissible. A better analogy would be if your name was John Smith, that you wouldn’t be held accountable
for every crime committed by a John Smith that wasn’t you.
Another example would be if you House was to be searched for a wanted fugitive then you can’t be held for having a box of Cuban cigars stashed in a
closed box that no human being could possible be hiding inside. Hence your contraband was out of plain sight and beyond the location of a reasonable
search since Cuban cigars were not listed on the search warrant.
So if a warrant is issued on a false statement or for random fishing expeditions, then the warrant should not have been issued and everything
discovered is inadmissible, including dead bodies and videos of the murders.
So not innocent of a crime, but can’t be convicted either. Charged, yes. But any lawyer will have it thrown out.