So forgive me if I don’t drop the party balloons…
Thomas Bryner ♦ 25 June , 2014 ♦ 1 Comment
From CBS News:
Police may not generally search the cellphones of people they arrest without first getting search warrants, the Supreme Court unanimously ruled Wednesday.
In Texas, the police can get a search warrant with a phone call. They don’t have to go to court and present any evidence; they just call a judge, he rubber-stamps their request, and they are free to do whatever they want.
It takes a matter of minutes.
- Posted in: Current Events
- Tagged: Current Events, Spying, Texas
…Texas is a state of mind … it resembles the way that Big Brother operates, with its cultural and ethnic divisons and its easily molded political leadership… (remember, that is how it looks on the outside, at least to me..! )