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Nov 1, 2012

Peeping Toms

 Remember there are no rules in love & war.

via CNET

Police are allowed in some circumstances to install hidden surveillance cameras on private property without obtaining a search warrant, a federal judge said yesterday.

CNET has learned that U.S. District Judge William Griesbach ruled that it was reasonable for Drug Enforcement Administration agents to enter rural property without permission -- and without a warrant -- to install multiple "covert digital surveillance cameras" in hopes of uncovering evidence that 30 to 40 marijuana plants were being grown.


  1. All the more reason to pay close attention to your surroundings and the goings on in your AO. Suspicious vehicles garner extra scrutiny, pedestrians who "don't belong", "service" vehicles that seem out of place... I bet those cameras would make for some good target practice : )

    1. You know it. 22 shlet's or a high power pellet rifle would be the ticket

    2. Shorts. I hate iPhone keypads

  2. But I bet a good messy 'shlet' sent on it's way toward the suspicious vehicle or person would get the message across at least as well, if not better!!

    And all this for 30 to 40 marijuana plants, maybe. Might as well legalize it and save the law enforcement money for something more important. I'd bet that if it wasn't illegal with all the cachet that goes with that, a lot fewer people would smoke it.