N.J. man who lost strip-search legal ...

N.J. man who lost strip-search legal battle says Supreme Court ruling ...

There are 1 comment on the The Jersey Journal story from Apr 7, 2012, titled N.J. man who lost strip-search legal battle says Supreme Court ruling .... In it, The Jersey Journal reports that:

Attorney Susan Chana Lask and her client Albert Florence discuss the landmark Supreme Court case on strip-searches in this 2011 photo.

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#1 Apr 7, 2012
More and more this country is becoming a police state.

The shows Cops and Jail that are on TV constantly show the abuse the police subject on citizens.

An ironic example of these policies going to an extreme: An arrestee was searched at the jail. Drugs were found on him. New charges were added to his arrest for bringing drugs into a jail. Which he never had an intention to do before being hauled in on another charge.

The police motto of Protect and Serve should be changed to Do as we say or else.

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