U.S. police can search a cell phone for its number without having a warrant, according to a federal appeals court ruling….The U.S. Court of Appeal for the 7th Circuit rejected that argument on Wednesday, finding that the invasion of privacy was so slight that the police’s actions did not violate the Fourth Amendment’s ban on unreasonable searches. Continue reading
Andrew Breitbart Drops Dead in Los Angeles: ‘I’ve Got Videos…That Nobody Has Seen’ ; ‘Wait ‘Til They See What Happens March First’ | Cryptogon
via cryptogon. … also ee here at SodaHead… and, according to Alex Jones’ Infowars we have this
… The footage that Andrew Breitbart planned to release just hours after his untimely death would have proven hugely damaging to President Obama’s re-election hopes, because it shows Obama fraternizing with Weather Underground terrorists whose goal it was to set up a Communist dictatorship inside the United States….