Supreme Court considers strip searches in jails

Full story: CBS News 30
The Supreme Court seemed ready Wednesday to endorse a jail policy that forces even people arrested on minor charges to undress and shower while being watched by guards. Full Story
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TheHardTruths

Jacksonville, FL

#23 Oct 13, 2011
Hey wrote:
<quoted text>I guess they will, when asses decide to quit breaking the law.
Yes. "breaking the law" just like the guy who was arrested and strip searched over a TICKET that he'd ALREADY PAID (and had the proof he payed with him, yet he got arrested anyway).

What an "*ss" HE (and not the cops) was!

And yeah, the people at the airport just minding their own business, yet had to submit to OVERLY INVASIVE nude screenings of themselves.

WHAT *SSES these people are!(Rolls eyes)

Like I already asked, When will you disgusting perverts get enough?

“I am the red pill!”

Since: Nov 07

Bronx NY

#24 Oct 13, 2011
America wake up and get mad!

Does it get more STUPID…the Supreme Court is worrying about people in jail getting strip search but let the TSA bath us in radiation, search baby pampers, and make law abiding citizens with no criminal record take off their shoes to get on a plane…
Biatch Please

United States

#25 Oct 13, 2011
TheHardTruths wrote:
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Yes. "breaking the law" just like the guy who was arrested and strip searched over a TICKET that he'd ALREADY PAID (and had the proof he payed with him, yet he got arrested anyway).
What an "*ss" HE (and not the cops) was!
And yeah, the people at the airport just minding their own business, yet had to submit to OVERLY INVASIVE nude screenings of themselves.
WHAT *SSES these people are!(Rolls eyes)
Like I already asked, When will you disgusting perverts get enough?
do you not have the intelligence to see that the reason all these invasive searches have become so much more prominent is because of an ever increasing buch of no goods breaking the law?

And when you hear your brother or your friend speaking of how they broke the law or glamorizing someone who has and you don't severely criticize such bullshit, then you are much more a PART of the problem of these out of control overly invasive searches, than you are a part of the solution.
TheHardTruths

Jacksonville, FL

#26 Oct 13, 2011
Biatch Please wrote:
<quoted text>do you not have the intelligence to see that the reason all these invasive searches have become so much more prominent is because of an ever increasing buch of no goods breaking the law?
And when you hear your brother or your friend speaking of how they broke the law or glamorizing someone who has and you don't severely criticize such bullshit, then you are much more a PART of the problem of these out of control overly invasive searches, than you are a part of the solution.
Whatever you say...lol
Biatch Please

United States

#27 Oct 13, 2011
TheHardTruths wrote:
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Whatever you say...lol
Ok, I might be sounding like an obnoxious jerk but there is a valid point there.
You are definitely right that the guy who had the ticket which had already been paid was unduly treated badly. And no doubt there will be a lot of other folks, like those you mention at airports, who are exposed to not so nice procedures that are not entirely justified.
But the crooks get smarter at about the same rate as law enforcement does and what's a organization charged with protecting people against thugs supposed to do? All I was saying is if the criminals wern't presenting a terrible threat then ther would be a lot less innocents being manhandled in the mix.

“If it ain't broke don't fix it”

Since: Jul 09

Arcadia, LA.

#28 Oct 13, 2011
Call_Me_Chelle wrote:
Innocent people should not be subjected to such humiliation.
You are correct, they should be; however, innocent people are subject to much worse than this, including death row.
Guess what hippie losers

United States

#29 Oct 13, 2011
You got to break a few eggs to make an omelet.

“If it ain't broke don't fix it”

Since: Jul 09

Arcadia, LA.

#30 Oct 13, 2011
Guess what hippie losers wrote:
You got to break a few eggs to make an omelet.
People aren't omelets. Tennessee public school education at it's finest.

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Since: Jul 11

Portland, OR

#31 Oct 13, 2011
Biatch Please wrote:
<quoted text>do you not have the intelligence to see that the reason all these invasive searches have become so much more prominent is because of an ever increasing buch of no goods breaking the law?
And when you hear your brother or your friend speaking of how they broke the law or glamorizing someone who has and you don't severely criticize such bullshit, then you are much more a PART of the problem of these out of control overly invasive searches, than you are a part of the solution.
Are you for real ? More law breakers ... LOL ... NO the reason the searches have increased is because we have allowed it. And if we don't stop it now there will be searches like this at the local high school just to get to class in the morning, because our young are already subjected to that in order to go to a school prom. Some idiot says kids need more security at the prom and before you know it TSA travels from airport to local prom. Any idiot who gives up their freedom for security definitely deserves neither.
Storm Warning

Platteville, WI

#32 Oct 17, 2011
TheHardTruths wrote:
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So, in other words the United States is WORSE than the Nazis? lol
While your giggling, Our people are being wiped from the face of the earth

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