Good luck with that.
Just read the constitution and think for your self.
Last edited by JamesBW43; 12-20-2013 at 12:20 AM.
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.
Thermal imaging from 17,000 feet is not plain view observation.
I have a house there in which I will be frequenting come Jan. 1st.
Am. 64, amen.
Get used to the drones. They are here to stay. Big brother is just protecting you from yourself.