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Technology fuels ACLU discontent

July 29, 2013

MARTINS FERRY – The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is taking exception with the increased use of technology by federal, state and local law enforcement....

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Jul-29-13 7:36 PM

It's a very clear violation of your 4th amendment rights and ANY information gained by thee cameras SHOULD be and WILL be found inadmissible by any HONEST judge!!!!

Without EXPRESS and WRITTEN consent from those who these cops are recording or photographing, they open themselves up for a civil law suits as well as CRIMINAL action

Your car is in fact just the same as your home

You wouldn't tolerate cameras peering through your bedroom windows so why would you allow this???

ANY time it can be proven that these illegal spy cameras were usedin an arrest or citation, you MUST obtain counsel and SUE!!!!!

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Jul-30-13 9:29 PM

Not a clear violation of the 4th amendment. Certainly not the same as spying on you within your own home. Let us carefully read the 4th amendment and and evaluate EXACTLY what it states.

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