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#604 - anonymous (04/22/2013) [-]
As if that somehow makes up for all the warrantless raids in Watertown that were done on people's houses, dragging the innocent from their homes onto the street.

You know. Like how fascist police states tend to do.
#638 to #604 - memoirsofvanity (04/22/2013) [-]
Well, you see, the 4th amendment (for anyone who's actually READ the Constitution's Bill of Rights) specifically says that they (the law enforcement) can't perform any UNREASONABLE searches. Some guy blew up 2 buildings, killed 3 people, injured 170+ more, and was getting away by using his contacts throughout the city, and going through people's yards and such. The searches were easily reasonable, and there was no rights infringement there at all when the entire country (and most of the world) was hunting for this guy. Not letting the government into your house after something of this caliber proves that you're either way too stubborn, or hiding this man inside of your home. Either way, they still win.
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