Listen to this folks. The Supreme Court Yesterday saw fit to uphold the use of random roadblocks by police in order, as they say, to track "suspected
criminals". Saying that it doesn't violate the constituonal rights of motorists. Right. How long is it before you can't go anywhere outside your
house without any papers. Isnt this ruling a violation of the Fourth Amendment guarantee against illegal search and seizure? Read and decide for
"Yesterday's decision was a victory for police authorities in Illinois and 14 other states, along with the Justice Department, which had asked
the Supreme Court to use the case to clarify how far police agencies could go in seeking information about suspected criminals."
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