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Stop and Frisk STOPPED! [Updated]

[Note Update below] In a rather remarkable decision just handed down by Judge Shira Scheindlin in the Southern District of New York (SDNY), has found New York City’s insidious stop and frisk policy violative of citizen’s basic Constitutional rights. From the NYT: In a decision issued on Monday, the judge, Shira A. Scheindlin, ruled that […]


Chuck Schumer Must Want All American Brown Youth Stop and Frisked

I thought Chuck Todd was speculating in that beltway fashion when he said he had heard people suggest Ray Kelly should replace Janet Napolitano as Department of Homeland Security Secretary. But apparently, Chuck Schumer actually thinks it’s a good idea. It’s leader needs to be someone who knows law enforcement, understands anti-terrorism efforts, and is […]


Will the Dragnet Reform Criminalize Ordering Pizza?

There are two major problems with the phone dragnet, as it currently exists. First, the government has a database of all the phone-based relationships in the United States, one they currently (as far as we know) do not abuse, but one that is ripe for unbelievable abuse. But there is current abuse going on. The […]


DOJ Says You Can’t Know If They’ve Used the Dragnet Against You … But FISC Says They’re Wrong

As I noted the other day in yet another post showing why investigations into intelligence failures leading up to the Boston Marathon attack must include NSA, the government outright refuses to tell Dzhokhar Tsarnaev whether it will introduce evidence obtained using Section 215 at trial. Tsarnaev’s further request that this Court order the government to […]


The Other Problem with the Obama Proposal: Who Does the Pizza Joint Review?

I’m sure I’ll spend all day discussing the various proposals to “fix” the dragnet. I’ve already shown why the House Intelligence bill is not an improvement and should not be discussed by credible people as one. And on Twitter and briefly in that piece, I described two problems that aren’t addressed at all in either […]