by West Central Tribune
April 2, 2012 at 8:35 am in West Central Tribune
WASHINGTON (AP) The Supreme Court ruled Monday that jailers may subject people arrested for minor offenses to invasive strip searches, siding with security needs over privacy rights. Continue Reading
Tags: Anthony, court, justice, Kennedy, nation, searchs, strip, Supreme, updates 6 Comments »
And liberty for all. Innocent until proven guilty etc etc. Seriously, a 2nd strip search while in custody. I custody due to a system error. What is our democracy coming to? God help us – the rich are getting richer and the poor are getting strip searched.
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IN custody due to a clerical error. His fine was paid but showed it wasn’t.
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Nora, previously you used to find the drugs in their pockets – now they have found more clever orifices in which to hide them :<)
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bobk – this could happen to you. How would you feel about that? Check out more details on Albert Florence’s case.
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Well if there are drugs in these special places only medical personal can look there. I believe on misdemeanors you cannot strip anyone out, and they remove their clothing behind a partion and hand them to the jailer who searches the clothing while handing the prisoner jail clothing. This also prevents cops who suspect but don’t arrest a motorist from taking them in without charging them, and having them stripped. If that happens now you can bet the department and the officer are getting sued for violating the fouth amendment search and siezures.
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Here’s a thought, deal with it.
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