drieuxster (drieuxster) wrote,

Holy Radical Judicial Activism By Those Black Robed Tyrannts

A divided U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Wednesday that the police cannot enter a home and seize evidence without a warrant when one occupant agreed to the search after the other occupant refused permission.
The court's three most conservative members, Chief Justice John Roberts and Justices Antonin Scalia and Clarence Thomas, opposed the ruling.

It was the first dissent written by Roberts, who joined the court at the end of September, and Justice David Souter sharply denounced it in writing for the majority. Under the dissent's view, he wrote, "The centuries of special protection for the privacy of the home are over."

[ cf Court rejects searches when occupants disagree (emphasis mine) ]
I mean, who would have thunk it that the Supreme's Would so openly offer aid and comfort to the enemy by not allowing warrentless searches of property.

What Next?

Will The Supreme's Start Ruling From Sharia as a part of their encouraging the Terrorists!

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