Saturday, May 14, 2011

Indiana In Tyrany

The Supreme Court of Indiana has twice in this week showed a contempt for the Fourth Amendment to the Federal Constitution.

First in saying the "police serving a warrant may enter a home without knocking if officers decide circumstances justify it." and again by saying that a homeowner has no right to resist an unlawful entry of their home by the police.

How dare you impede the servants of Big Brother from entering your house only the system may decide if it's own servants have done wrong and only after they have invaded and terrorized your family.

As for anyone who thinks that "no knock" warrants are a good idea I would respectfully ask you to read this well researched study by the Cato Institute.

With the people rising up to both say and elect the government out of your life, would be tyrants are falling back upon the court system. Even the KGB typically had the courtesy to knock on the door of "enemies of the state".

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