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US Courts Strip Property Rights

August 27, 2010

The U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has “ruled” that agents of the government may trespass on your property and attach surveillance devices on your vehicles, and most likely anything else they care to do. All this without a warrant because, the Court says, you don’t have a reasonable expectation of privacy on your own property. Never mind that we DO have a reasonable expectation to not be tracked by government agents without probable cause or warrants and a reasonable expectation that government agents coming onto your private property without a warrant is trespassing. Just what the hell does the word “private” mean to these black robed tyrants on the bench?

It’s just another sign that you have NO property Rights in America any longer, folks. Your property has been taken from you by fiat through the Courts.

And now… the rest of the story. …..

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  1. Ross Wolf permalink
    August 27, 2010 1:00 pm

    It is just a matter of time before some homeowner spots in the dark a cop under his vehicle, believed to be a car thief and shoots. The recent Ninth Circuit Court Decision appears to contradict a prior Supreme Court Decision that Government can’t come on your property to look through your garbage, only if the garbage can is left on the street. While the Ninth Circuit Court’s Decision discussed police coming in open driveways one can envision police climbing over your gate even with a posted no trespassing sign to put a GPS tracker on your vehicle—if they can’t find it parked down town. The Nevada Supreme Court was the first state to rule that without a warrant or evidence police could attach a tracker on top or under a vehicle; that resulted from a case where prosecutors convicted someone not on documented evidence but based only on the houses that the defendant drove to.

    It is foreseeable the private sector might offer for a charge, inspection stations that Citizens can take their vehicles to check for hidden GPS tracking systems; hopefully some inspection stations won’t be government fronts to put a GPS on your vehicle or leave attached the GPS they found.

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