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Veteran police officer says "no"
to random door-to-door searches
But Washington DC police chief wants them
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"I don't consent to any searches"
In order for police officers to enter your home legally, they need a search warrant issued by a judge.
The same goes for your car.
On the other hand, if a police officer asks to search your home or car and you say yes...you've given up all your rights.
In Washington DC recently, the police chief decided to send police to go house-to-house - completely randomly - to knock on doors and request entry to search for evidence of wrong doing.
A massive, open-ended fishing expedition.
Is this illegal?
No, but it's entirely wrong.
Real police makes their cases honestly.
You don't have to make it easy for lazy and/or abusive ones to consume their taxpayer-funded time and yours with a fishing edition through your property.
Let them earn their living by doing real police work.
The answer to the question: Can I take a look inside?
"No officer. I don't consent to any searches." Polite, firm and repeated as many times as you need to until they get the message.
It's called the Fourth Amendment and as this veteran police officer reports, the new generation of police officers is being taught to ignore and disrespect it.
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