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TX Court Says Search Warrants Can be Based on “Future Crime”

TX Court Says Search Warrants Can be Based on “Future Crime” December 19, 2013

Good. It’s so wearying for the police state to have to wait around for you to do something wrong when they can just start busting you on hunches that you might do something wrong. The tedious search for just cause is a real drag on Caesar’s deep longing for ruthless efficiency. I suspect “future crime” is this judge’s sci fi talk for “Looks like a Mexican. Do a cavity search.”

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