Court Rules Against Warrantless Wiretapping

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Court Rules Against Warrantless Wiretapping

A federal judge in Detroit ordered a halt to warrantless wiretapping. What do you think?
  • "Great—now we're going to have out-of-work surveillance experts flooding the job market. There go my chances at Radio Shack."

    Lloyd Greer
  • "Damn activist judges. Who are they to check the powers of another branch of government?"

    Mary Bedford
    Systems Analyst
  • "What about the presidential right to the element of surprise? Isn't that guaranteed by the Constitution?"

    Michael Nostrand
    Spice Salesperson