Skip to comments.NC Police Issued Sweeping Warrants to Search Data On All Google Devices Near Murder Scene
Posted on 03/18/2018 7:41:51 PM PDT by Rebelbase
Google was served at least four sweeping search warrants by Raleigh, North Carolina police last year, requesting anonymized location data on all users within areas surrounding crime scenes. In one case, Raleigh police requested information on all Google accounts within 17 acres of a murder, overlapping residences, and businesses. Google did not confirm or deny whether it handed over the requested data to police.
WRAL reporter Tyler Dukes found four investigations in 2017 where police issued these uniquely extensive warrants: two murder cases, one sexual battery case, and an arson case that destroyed two apartment complexes and displaced 41 people. Police routinely request information from technology companiesGoogle says it shares data with law enforcement about 81% of the timebut these specific cases are remarkable: Instead of finding a suspect, and then searching that persons data, police are searching enormous amounts of data to pinpoint a potential suspect.
The warrants follow the same template: Police requested location data from all phones that were in the surrounding area of a crime scene, generally within an hour window of when the crime was committed. In the homicide and sexual assault warrant, police drew a box surrounding the scene of the crime, then requested the data for everyone within it. In the second homicide case, it was a circle.
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Full title: North Carolina Police Issued Sweeping Warrants to Search Data On All Google Devices Near Murder Scene
Daniel 7:7 King James Version (KJV)
7 After this I saw in the night visions, and behold a fourth beast, dreadful and terrible, and strong exceedingly; and it had great iron teeth: it devoured and brake in pieces, and stamped the residue with the feet of it: and it was diverse from all the beasts that were before it; and it had ten horns.
Warehousing so much data.
"Be seeing you"-The Prisoner
Think about what Lavrentiy Beria could have accomplished with the support of Google.
No police agency in America can issue a warrant.
It has to be a judge.
>>Police requested location data from all phones that were in the surrounding area of a crime scene, generally within an hour window of when the crime was committed.
Remember when “Moose” put up roadblocks to log all of the cars passing through the area of those gay muslim duo’s terrorist shootings?
They were logged passing through on several occasions but “Moose” wasn’t interested in pursuing muslim terrorists, he wanted to catch some white folks in a white van.
What good is collecting all of the data if they are going to apply a “garbage in-garbage out” investigation?
How many KNOWN WOLF terrorist shootings?
They don’t like the cases they have to prosecute because of politics/race.
More details won’t lead to solving more cases or even proving them in court.
This is just fishing for more data to stockpile.
This is easily defeated by leaving your cell phone *home*; make sure you have an older car without OnStar. /Pepperidge Farm Remembers>
Another consequence of the REACTION to 9/11. The sick and twisted irony is that it was all cool under Obama.
But I didn't realize they were sending out murderous devices already.
” it had ten horns”
So if you’re gong to do murder, carry an iPhone.
I still use a flip phone. Can’t you disable the GPS locator on a smart phone?
They can still track you to within about 50 yards with cell phone tower triangulation.
I know they can do that with a current location. Does the phone company keep a record of past history?
Good point. I have no knowledge of that, but it wouldn’t surprise me if they did.
“/Pepperidge Farm Remembers>”: When there were pay phones all over the place if you needed to call someone while out, and if you were lucky said pay phones had a phone book if you needed to look up an address.
Not necessarily. Have you heard of administrative warrants? Bureaus routinely issue warrants and subpoenas. They are issued by attorneys in the bureau after consulting with each other.
Admistraive law combines legislative,executive and judicial power into one fiefdom.
I do know that a flip phone sends out a ping about once an hour. Learned that when I sat my phone on a computer at work and the speakers picked up interference each time it happened.
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