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|Re: This ruling is outrageous, and must be corrected. The Takings Clause doesn't differentiate regarding under which powers property is taken, and capturing a criminal is certainly a "public use". ACH-PTHOOEY! -- TEEBONE||Post Reply||Top of thread||Forum|
Posted by: Russ Walden ® |
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To begin with, they did all that to capture a "shoplifting suspect" -- ??!! Out-f'ing-rageous!! Cowboy cops gone amok. Couldn't they find any dogs to shoot?
" . . . an armored vehicle to destroy the walls of the house and expose the shoplifting suspect to snipers" -- Snipers??!!
Argghhh! (Nods to Cap'n Scurvy.)
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