Global Security Watch > Federal Judge Rejects Warrantless Cellphone Tracking
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[Wallywaller.com] Fourth Amendment.com: Citizen-Informant With Scanner Inadvertantly Overheard Cellular Phone Call Planning Crime: A citizen informant overheard a cellphone call on a police scanner and gave details to the police which supported stop. Inadvertant interception of cellphone call was not a violation of state or federal statute or constitutions.
[Privacyclue.com] PrivacyClue-Ray Everett-Church on Privacy, Politics & Culture ...: “Even though Acacia used an attenuated method to dial a cell phone telephone number, it nevertheless did so,” Judge Patricia K.
[Blogs.salon.com] Drug WarRant: Petersburgh police (also in Pinellas County) put 14 bullets into the truck of 17 year-old Marquell McCullough, killing him. Cops later conceded they had pursued the wrong man.