The Bill Was Accompanied by a Burning Sensation

Posted: July 26, 2016 by Nazim in Enforcement, Government Action, Right to Privacy, search and seizure

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It’s noteworthy that not one but two women have been billed for their cavity searches courtesy of the white-gloved Customs and Border Protection. Do you think it’s noteworthy that said cavity searches didn’t yield any of the illegal drugs they were supposed to yield? Can it be said that the bill was for wasting the CBP’s time? I mean, if you’re going to subject yourself to a cavity search, the least you could do is put some illegal drugs in there beforehand. No?

Filed under “Government Action.” A fuller story at Above the Law Lowering the Bar.

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  1. magidin says:

    The link to Above the Law actually goes to the wikimedia image of the CBP logo….

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