Cop Kills Resident for not Consenting to Home Search Without Warrant

Under ordinary circumstances, this would be considered a home break-in, assault and battery, and murder. It would be an open-and-shut case. There were plenty of eyewitnesses and evidence to convict the criminal. He’d be behind bars now, and hopefully would remain there for a long time. But there’s just one factor that changes everything. The man breaking and entering, assaulting and battering, and killing an innocent and unarmed man, was a cop. That means that it will be very difficult to Read more […]

Texas Judge: Search Warrants Can Now be Issued Based On “Prediction Of Future Crimes”

It’s difficult to sympathize with meth cooks and dealers. But because of how a judge ruled in their case, it’s set yet another dangerous precedent for illegal searches and seizures. A few years ago in Texas, police received a tip from a “classified informant” that a man named Michael Wehrenberg, along with a crew of people, were “fixing to” cook meth one night at Wehrenberg’s house. Police waited about 3 to 4 hours before deciding to enter his house and place everyone there under Read more […]