posted on Sep, 10 2010 @ 03:40 PM
This is a tough issue, as there is more at stake than just personal privacy. The person at the end nailed it on the head, as to the questions he
asked will need to be answered: Who has access and when would that access be required.
With all of the different drugs out there, then it leads to a lot of questions. The first question that I have, is how many people have been stopped
and detained on the suspicion of using drugs, when it was a prescribed medication that they needed? And what corrections that the police took to
prevent such from happening again?
Like all good ideas, there is the potential for abuse to happen, and what would be the means to prevent such from happening and the ramifications if
an officer does such.
So there you have it, on one hand, it would clear up the mistakes that an officer might make in the point of a routine stop or detainment, where the
suspect has legitimate cause to have what could be construed as drug paraphanilia, and the other hand, the potential for abuse and discrimination is