Jun 6, 2013

Condemned For a Crime He Most Certainly DID Commit

John Cole, 6/5/13:
It is an outrage that police are allowed to collect personally identifying information from people they've arrested!

We all know that there is no time when an American is entitled to more privacy than right after he's been arrested, right? There's no photography, fingerprinting, change of clothes (and possibly cavity search) at that time -- and certainly the police would never dream of trying to have crime victims identify an arrestee visually!

No, we must ensure that police can never collect any information whatsoever on suspects to identify them -- we must preserve the privacy of our accused!

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