Friday, November 02, 2012

Supreme Court Mulls Drug Dog Cases

The Supreme Court is considering the constitutional aspects of two cases involving drug dogs from Florida. Radley Balko's look at the cases might well be titled All You Ever Wanted To Know About Drug Dogs. He covers a lot of ground.

Suffice it to say, this could have some important ramifications depending on what they decide. I'm not very optimistic. The Supreme Court seems to rule more and more often in favor of the power of the state, even if just a little at a time, regardless of who sits on it.


At 9:18 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Henchman Of Justice" says,

Agreed Fred on the Supreme Court and the little by little power takings away from the citizens on behalf of the state. Actually, the justices hand-selected by the presidents and approved by Congress is a problem when the justice selected is already "untrustworthy to begin with". The Supreme Court was hijacked years ago bu upper insiders and it offers LESS OF what it is written to do.

Considering that 75% of the US money supply has sniffable traces of drugs, "Drug Dogs" are more a "racketeering tool" more than anything else now. We live in deceitful times Fred! If the dogs could tell us the truth, they would; unfortunately, deceitful humans are the interpretators of the slave animal device. - HOJ

At 9:32 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Unionize the police dogs, that el' fixem'


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