SCOTUS does good - strip search violated rights

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    http://www.nytimes.com/2009/06/26/us/politics/26scotus.html?_r=1&hp
     
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    Makes sense. When I saw it was 8-1, I knew immediatelly who the one was. Thomas :lol::lol:. That man is really an ass.
     
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    Or a lech. I think when he retires he's going to be an middle school crossing guard.
     
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    Probably. I hope he gets arrested and thrown in jail with no trial. See what he thinks of a powerful executive then.
     
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    Well except our Government can not do that now anyway.
     
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    What, are you joking? If the Government thinks, or pretends to think, you are a terrorist they most certainly can.
     
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    Yeah, I wasn't surprised to see Thomas ruling this way. He supports the overturn of Tinker v. Des Moines and opposed student constitutional rights altogether. He's probably the most reactionary element on the SCOTUS.
     
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    Wrong again DUMB ASS. American citizens can not be locked up without the courts involved. The Government already tried that and lost, keep up with reality dip stick.
     
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    Yea, they tried it and got slapped down. The problem is they will try it again and get slapped down again. Then they will try it again and get slapped down again. Then they will try it again and get slapped down again. etc. etc. etc........

    There are effectively no sanctions against any law enforcement agency for carrying on this sort of thing indefinitely.
     
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    Provide evidence that since the Court ruled they could not hold whats his name indefinitely that

    A) they did not then assign him a Lawyer and give him a trial date within the constructs of the law

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    B) that any other American has been held in a similar manner since the ruling.


    Or just admit you are full of horse shit.
     

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