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#349 - iluvharrypotter
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It's pretty clear you weren't given a choice of consent for them to search through your house. So far we know at least 2 people have been arrested from not allowing the police search their homes (excluding the people in the video, which seem they didn't have a choice and is unknown if they were arrested).
"They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety." - Benjamin Franklin
Funny how a city whose citizens originally took up arms to fight for our liberities are now inhabited by statist who give it up. For what? A bomber? A bomber which the police didn't find until someone who went outside and found blood on their boat and reported it to the police?
In the words of a wise Asian "shamefur dispray"
#392 to #349 - tasomo
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Best part of that is if they had found the guy who was looking at his boat before he found the bomber, they'd have arrested him for violating the order to stay inside and would have most likely missed the bomber thereby increasing Boston's lockdown.
User avatar #382 to #349 - LtMcG
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-They were not arrested, they were apprehended
-The Feds (which is the FBI) have had the power to search, interrogate, arrest whoever wherever however they want since 9/11. They are not breaking any laws, they are merely exercising the extent of their power
-We took up arms against a nation that forced themselves into our homes, pillaged the place, and would repeat in a near cyclic manner. This was a one time incident to catch a suspected terrorist.
-The Feds, police, and military largely work off human intelligence. While I was deployed, it was better to take intelligence from the local elders than rely on patrols. To catch a single man who had an 8 hour head start is an accomplishment
#391 to #382 - intrepidy
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Third point never actually happened.
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