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Constitution Free Zones? Judge OKs 100 Miles Inside U.S. Borders

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by MinorityReport,

This nonsense makes my blood boil.

District Judge Edward Korman, a US federal judge, has reaffirmed an Obama administration policy granting officials the authority to search Americans’ laptops, citing a controversial premise that makes citizens within 100 miles of the border eligible for a police check.

District Judge Edward Korman made his ruling in New York on Tuesday, more than three years after the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) filed suit. The ACLU claimed that – since Americans put so much of their lives on their computers, cell phones, and other devices – border officials should have reasonable suspicion before sifting through someone’s personal files.

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1 comment to Constitution Free Zones? Judge OKs 100 Miles Inside U.S. Borders

  • frank

    Looks like a wall. Two questions come to mind. What demographics dwell in or near those areas. Two, if it is a wall, is it to keep people in or keep people out?

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