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PostSubject: Critics argue landmark Indiana ruling violates right to privacy   Wed May 18, 2011 1:07 pm

The Indiana Supreme Court ruled that Indiana residents cannot keep police from entering their homes even if the entry is unlawful. In a 3-2 decision, the justices ruled that valid reasons would allow officers to come in without a warrant and that it's against the law for homeowners to resist.

http://www.fox59.com/news/wxin-indiana-supreme-court-critics-argue-landmark-indiana-ruling-violates-right-to-privacy-20110517,0,5143977.story

WHAT RIGHTS ARE YOU WILLING TO GIVE UP? GET USE TO THIS. CALIFORNIA STARTED IT BY FIRST GIVING RIGHTS TO GAYS TO MARRY, THEN TAKING THOSE RIGHTS AWAY. PROP8 WAS A TEST TO SEE HOW FAR THE STATE COULD GO IN DENYING INALIENABLE RIGHTS. ALL STATES FOLLOW CALIFORNIA. I TOLD PEOPLE THEN THAT PROP 8 WOULD SET A PRECEDENT FOR THE GOVERNMENT TO START REMOVING OTHER RIGHTS FROM THE AMERICAN PEOPLE. THIS WILL NOT STOP HERE. GET READY............

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