posted on Jan, 17 2013 @ 04:08 PM
Originally posted by GrimReaper86
reply to post by whatsecret
Releasing information about the motives behind investigation techniques such as those could easily be harmful for there investigation if the suspects
they are tracking suddenly started looking for these devices because they fell under certain criteria. I know nothing about that man. He could just as
easily be a former heavy drug trafficker or his car belonged to one at some point so the Feds may have been tracking drug movements. Of course that is
I guess I'm just one of those old school people, you know the type that think in America people are protected by the Bill of Rights and silly stuff
It would be nice to know that they need to have some kind of probable cause and a court warrant to stick one of those things under your bumper. But
that's crazy talk these days. Now it's the people that need to prove that Law Enforcement DON'T have probable cause for searches and seizures of
property and privacy.
This kid by the way was guilty of one thing only, he is the son of a deceased Islamic-American community leader.