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Thread: I may be moving to Colorado.

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    Just read the constitution and think for your self.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MAYHEM View Post
    Just read the constitution and think for your self.


    Says the guy who was literally just parroting Fox News talking points in another thread. Fantastic...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MAYHEM View Post
    Just read the constitution and think for your self.
    And exactly which part of the Constitution gives you the right to damage government property in a reckless manner that could put people's lives at risk?

    Also, there is no constitutional protection from plain view observation.
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    But several rulings involving what can be observed from outside a property to look inside a property may also apply, says Villasenor. He points to the 2001 case Kyllo v. United States, in which the Supreme Court ruled that the use of a thermal imaging device to monitor heat radiated from inside someone's home without a search warrant violated the Fourth Amendment.

    http://www.npr.org/2012/03/12/148293...t-can-they-see

    Thermal imaging from 17,000 feet is not plain view observation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MAYHEM View Post
    But several rulings involving what can be observed from outside a property to look inside a property may also apply, says Villasenor. He points to the 2001 case Kyllo v. United States, in which the Supreme Court ruled that the use of a thermal imaging device to monitor heat radiated from inside someone's home without a search warrant violated the Fourth Amendment.

    http://www.npr.org/2012/03/12/148293...t-can-they-see

    Thermal imaging from 17,000 feet is not plain view observation.
    Didn't say it was.
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