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jphilip2016
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cha-the-politician
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Should the exclusionary rule be abolished?

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Started: 11/18/2015 Category: Politics
Updated: 1 year ago Status: Post Voting Period
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jphilip2016

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Police officers should be trusted enough to go through houses of those who are suspected of committing crimes and respectfully search them. The Fourth Amendment was originally created to defend us from foreign armies stationed in America, coming into our homes and taking our things without reason. Police Officers are sworn to protect us and this country, not to trash our homes for their own amusement. To have the exclusionary rule in place not only insults the integrity of our nation's police officers, it sets criminals free as well.
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Posted by jphilip2016 1 year ago
jphilip2016
Although I am in between on the topic so I don't make a great con
Posted by jphilip2016 1 year ago
jphilip2016
make a debate and add me as your con
Posted by cha-the-politician 1 year ago
cha-the-politician
Oh crap... I didn't mean to accept.

I thought this was about taking out the 4th amendment, which I don't support. Can we debate that instead? Please?
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