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Hold on for us please -- I'm gonna bring in the judge for a second I've got this new story.
Another example Big Brother watching you.
Police in California using a license plate track.
To keep tabs on people collecting data as they drive by by the thousands.
This sounds like red meat for the judge all rise because the -- Yeah as I understand this is it is -- look at what they've got this from Stewart at this is -- they get this crazy idea from downtown London of all places no I don't think so it is a piece of technology about the size of a paperback book.
And they pointed out the front window every college goes by -- the license plate pops up with all the information they -- -- -- possible objection would you have.
-- this because of the Fourth Amendment.
Prohibits dragging nets.
And it prohibits gathering information about people without articulate -- suspicion about the people from whom it is being gathered.
Can the government take a picture view in the street yes can they use that to acquire further information about you.
Only if they have a legitimate reason for doing so.
Only if law enforcement has and our particular -- suspicion about you short of that my dear friend.
We become east Germany and we have a Fourth Amendment -- -- prevent us from ever becoming east Germany this is the slippery slope argument though isn't it.
Well it's it's a pretty valid argument when you look at what to Edwards -- has revealed on the government hasn't -- hide.
In the past three weeks but -- -- -- -- if you like a society which the government.
Can research anything it wants -- anybody for any reason without having to follow the constitution.
Then that's what's coming here if you like a society in which the government has to leave you alone unless and until it can articulate some reason for it.
That's what the Fourth Amendment is here to protect -- Chicago's -- -- not speeding they don't have a tail light out nothing wrong but -- just goes by.
They should not the cup should not be allowed to read that license plate.
Correct the -- should not be allowed to waste taxpayer dollars.
But taxpayer time and law enforcement resources.
Photographing a license plate unless there is some suspicion that they can articulate.
About the driver in the car short of that there will be nothing to stop them from looking under every refrigerator.
And under every bed post that they -- They want.
-- we don't -- it.
Give -- a classic -- you -- this did.
And this detonated talking about the Fed and all that this did start in London my dear friend yes it did and nothing was done about it and the same thing will happen in California nothing would happen you that you may well I -- this is not -- -- amendments still applies in California and you guys don't have one in London -- you know I know you're in DC I think I heard that old -- from that.
I judge you make your point there will listen we're listening I'm not gonna disagree with -- but from what -- tomorrow.
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