Looks like a couple of the judges in the US Supreme Court think that the protection from arbitrary search and seizure of person or property - in effect the protection against baseless internment, arbitrary confiscations of property, and the basic guarentee of privacy vis-a-vis one's phone, e-mail, or written letters - is not guarenteed by the US constitution. Those two judges were installed by who? You get three guesses, and the first two don't count.

Why am I not surprised?


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