Skip to comments.DOJ Pitches GPS Surveillance Case to Supreme Court
Posted on 04/16/2011 9:28:27 PM PDT by Rabin
Last year, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit vacated the life sentence of a Washington area man named Antoine Jones, saying the government violated Jones privacy rights in clandestinely tracking his movement for a month in a drug trafficking investigation.
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The USSC needs to uphold the appeals court, if they don’t law enforcement from every level will view it as a green light to slap GPS trackers on everything that moves, all in the name of the War On Some Drugs...
Way bad idea, Law Enforcement is already out of hand in this country... Just wait for them to get the go ahead to start tracking you based on the word of some coked up dopehead informant looking to get himself out of a bind.
Magical, “Just wait for them to get the go ahead to start tracking you based on .”
Enemys lists comes to mind.
What the heck is so hard about going to a judge to get a warrant.
But in the end it won’t matter...we’ll all soon have GPS tracking (for tolling), and the privacy protections will be non-existent (and a lot of conservatives will take the bait that we need it, due to all of the Chevy Volts on the road).
Who/what is/are “the Ralies”?
All the federales say,
They could have had him any day.
They only let him slip away,
Out of kindness I suppose.
(O.K., I got it now!)
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