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Apr 17, 2013
 
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I havent seen the paper edition in years.
Every so often they give out freebies and it goes in the recycling bn along with the yearly free phonebooks
In any case it's in the Stamford advocate
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So, institutional racism does not count in your book. It's ok if all of the Black former slaves are discriminated against.
Do you think it's ok that the fourth amendment be violated as long as they violate everyone's privacy?

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eminders of Racism in Modern Brazil
March 23, 2013Colin M. SniderLeave a commentGo to comments

When I was in Brazil, Iíd occasionally encounter people who repeated the Freyrean idea that Brazil isnít racist in the ways the US was due to the greater variation in skin-color in Brazil and the absence of Jim Crow-style laws.

Of course, this is a red herring that presumes racism only takes one form, and throughout the twentieth century, something against which people like Abdias do Nascimento actively fought.

And of course, then, this week provided three ugly and disgusting reminders of how far the myth of a racial democracy is from the reality of modern forms of racism in Brazil.....

http://americasouthandnorth.wordpress.com/201...

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In any case it's in the Stamford advocate
whats in the advocate?
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So, institutional racism does not count in your book. It's ok if all of the Black former slaves are discriminated against.
rabbee: well i am sure, that G-D had the usual really good reason. for commanding, the elslavement of any peoples. and it is most definatly, not because of their alleged race.
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Do you think it's ok that the fourth amendment be violated as long as they violate everyone's privacy?
you have to be more specific. The phrase is unreasonable searches and seizures.

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Voluntarist wrote:
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Do you think it's ok that the fourth amendment be violated as long as they violate everyone's privacy?
I missed the linkage, but whats new on that front.
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you have to be more specific. The phrase is unreasonable searches and seizures.
Nice attorning there, and checkpoints have been ruled reasonable as long as they stop everyone.
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whats in the advocate?
Proof that the government is using the bombing to clamp down on civil liberties.
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you have to be more specific. The phrase is unreasonable searches and seizures.
Every arrest without a warrant is presumptively unreasonable.
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Nice attorning there, and checkpoints have been ruled reasonable as long as they stop everyone.
and your point is? The constitution not only contains the 4th amendment but also the 3d article. We are a nation of laws. Someone has to decide in times of dispute what is reasonable. That decision was made by those who are charged with that chore under the 3d article.
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Every arrest without a warrant is presumptively unreasonable.
so a crime committed in front of the officer shouldn't result in arrest. The officer should let the perpetrator go and get a warrant and then find the perpetrator again?

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Proof that the government is using the bombing to clamp down on civil liberties.
You would have to show me the article.

But dont bother - because all it will do is move the conversation over to what is considered a reasonable action vs a clamping down of civil liberties - and I doubt you and I will ever agree on that.

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so a crime committed in front of the officer shouldn't result in arrest. The officer should let the perpetrator go and get a warrant and then find the perpetrator again?
no wonder why my taxes are so high.

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Nice attorning there, and checkpoints have been ruled reasonable as long as they stop everyone.
Dotn forget the fema camps. We are building one just for you.
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so a crime committed in front of the officer shouldn't result in arrest. The officer should let the perpetrator go and get a warrant and then find the perpetrator again?
No that would be an exception to the warrant requirement, but once the alleged perpetrator is detained the arresting officer has a duty to present the accused before proper authority.

For authority to hold.
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No that would be an exception to the warrant requirement, but once the alleged perpetrator is detained the arresting officer has a duty to present the accused before proper authority.
For authority to hold.
So, it's the grand jury or the probable cause hearing. Nothing new here.
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So, it's the grand jury or the probable cause hearing. Nothing new here.
A probable cause determination by a neutral magistrate.

An arrest without a warrant is presumably unlawful unless there is that determination by a magistrate.

So does an officer have authority to make a warrantless arrest, yes but it is not presumed lawful.

The same should hold for a warrantless search but politicians in dresses claim that this RIGHT can be abridged as long everyone is searched.
So how is that any different in principle than institutionalized discrimination?
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He is talking about Communism, and his gift to our country on that issue was the initiation into involvement into Vietnam.
I dont get any link with that with anything going on now. Noone except Volunteerist is claiming additional government control due to the recent bombing.
That is a false statement, I am not the only one.

Commuters said they welcomed the additional security in
the wake of the Boston Marathon bombings. The
Metropolitan Transportation Authority is increasing patrol
coverage and bag inspections on Metro-North and Long
Island railroads as a result of the attack, Aaron Donovan,
an MTA spokesman said.

http://www.stamfordadvocate.com/news/article/...

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That is a false statement, I am not the only one.
Commuters said they welcomed the additional security in
the wake of the Boston Marathon bombings. The
Metropolitan Transportation Authority is increasing patrol
coverage and bag inspections on Metro-North and Long
Island railroads as a result of the attack, Aaron Donovan,
an MTA spokesman said.
http://www.stamfordadvocate.com/news/article/...
Like I just said, what some might see as logical and legally sound responses, others might see as infringements to civil liberties. Nothing new there.

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