OUTRAGEOUS: Texas Police Can Now Obtain Search Warrants Based On ‘Prediction Of A Future Crime’
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Last week, an appeals court in Texas ruled that police may obtain a search warrant based on the prediction of a future crime, heightening public fears that we may be heading toward a ‘predictive policing’ era in which we see police powers rapidly growing at the cost of our constitutional rights.

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Daniel.o
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December 20, 2013
This is going to cause a lot of deaths and unlawful arrest when they go busting in peoples homes in the middle of the night making alot of noise like someone breaking in, soon after there will be a fire fight! there would be at my house! i have a family to protect and im not going to wait and see if it is a burglar, a rapist, a crackhead or a cop. They just need to learn the community and its people better like it used to be. the law is out of control! MOST go by there own rules to protect eachother, not us, the people, the tax payers!
Mitchell G
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December 20, 2013
This is a bunch of horse crsp inflammatory rubbish. The police had been staking out the house for a month. They were most likely already aware of the items being in the house. Cooking meth is dangerous and waiting until they start adds risks to the officers lives. Headilnes about predictive policing are off target and only serve to scare an uninformed public. Shame on you Gilmer Mirror for wasting ink on this...