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Law Enforcements Newest Invasion Tool

While patently ignoring the 4th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, over the last two years U.S. Law Enforcement (approximately 50 agencies), have equipped officers with a new tech surveillance device. The “Range-R”, manufactured by L-3 Communications, works similarly to a stud-finder and when placed on the wall of a structure can detect interior movement.

Even though the Supreme Court has previously ruled that Officers cannot use high-tech sensors without first obtaining a search warrant that seems of little interest to the newly enabled law enforcement (using the “Range-R”) that rely on pre-established probable cause from previously issued warrants.

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