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Sprout
You are not correct in your assumption...
Mon Mar 6, 2017 2:04pm
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The Constitution ITSELF does NOT protect us from having evidence used against us if it was obtained illegally by the government.

The CHOICE the gov't made in INTERPRETING that was to protect the GOV'T by not using the evidence.

Yes, based on the gov'ts desire to protest ITSELF and ITS REPRESENTATIVES from criminal prosecution, the evidence is not admissible.

I disagree with this interpretation. I would rather NOT protect the cop. And convict BOTH the cop AND the suspect of their legal violations.

But go ahead... protect the criminal cops.

  • The Constitution protects us from having evidence used against us if it was obtained illegally by the government. It does not protect us if the evidence was obtained illegally by a non-government... more
    • You are not correct in your assumption... — Sprout, Mon Mar 6 2:04pm
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