A federal judge has approved the installation of surveillance cameras by the police — on private property without a warrant.


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Big Brother arrives: A federal judge has approved the installation of surveillance cameras by the police — on private property without a warrant.

Let me repeat that: The judge said that the police have the right to enter private property, without a warrant, in order to secretly install surveillance cameras so that they can record whatever happens on that property.

Doesn’t that make you feel safe?

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2 comments

  • Chris Kirkendall

    Really, ya have to wonder, what is happening to this country? It seems the Constitution is no obstacle to anything anymore – a president can openly flout Constutuitional laws by Executive Order, and courts allow invasions of privacy clearly in violation of the 4th Amendment. And we have regime in power for another 4 years that will only seek to expand its power – does anyone think Obama’s re-election will cause him to feel more cautious, more respectful of Constitutional limits on his power?

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