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Supreme court decision on search warrants is chipping at privacy

Illustration by Jae Kitinoja/Illustrator

Ryan Mancini

March 19, 2014

Body armor. Semi-automatic rifles. Armored vehicles. Lack of warrants. This all currently describes America’s militarized police stratagem. The ruling of Fernandez v. California asserts that warrants are now no longer necessary in the search and seizure of homes, with the sanction of one individua...

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