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8 Responses

  1. SPQR says:

    Now lets see what happens the next time you try to record an interview by the FBI…

  2. Scott Jacobs says:

    Even a blind dog, even a stopped watch, etc…

  3. shg says:

    Palsied? Palsied? You are insensitive and a bully, and your argument is invalid.

  4. Chris says:

    SHG,
    Invalid?! So perfect!

  5. VPJ says:

    Eagerly awaiting the great 'internet bullying' post at Simple Justice.

  6. Frank says:

    Hey, Chris could have described it as "liver spotted". :)

  7. This isn't exactly on point, but wasn't it recently ruled that the police are allowed to search a person's cell phone contents? I believe it was a state case, but it may have been federal.

    At any rate, I'm glad the administration has weighed in on recording. In our hyped-praise of police officers as gods it is often forgotten that they are really just people. People with power. They should be watched.

  8. Scott Jacobs says:

    This isn't exactly on point, but wasn't it recently ruled that the police are allowed to search a person's cell phone contents?

    I know what one you're thinking of… If I recall it correctly, if the phone is not secured, they can search it…

    So put a fucking PIN on your fucking cell phone, people.