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Three justices expressed concerns the ruling could open up motorists to police interference without yielding useful information about crimes.
"There is a valid and important distinction" between seizing a person to determine whether he or she has committed a crime and seizing a person to ask whether that person "has any information about an unknown person who committed a crime a week earlier," wrote Justice John Paul Stevens joined by Justices David H. Souter and Ruth Bader Ginsburg .
The case was a follow-up to a 2000 Supreme Court ruling that roadblocks intended for drug searches are an unreasonable invasion of privacy under the Constitution.
Originally posted by DiRtYDeViL
Welcome to America, home of fear, land of the scared.
Police State here we come!