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Kyle Clark
NEW: to pay $200k+ to public housing tenants subjected to warrantless police K9 searches that Housing Authority said were used to train drug dogs.
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Tyler Sandberg Nov 14
Thanks for everything you and your team did to uncover that flagrant violation of constitutional rights.
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Kyle Clark Nov 14
Replying to @cityoflongmont
Longmont Police now admit that tenants were not given the opportunity to exercise their constitutional right to refuse the warrantless search.
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Manny Nov 14
This is what sets you apart. You, your show, and your team made this happen. This is awesome! Be proud!
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Kyle Clark Nov 14
Replying to @cityoflongmont
Recall that Longmont PD originally vowed to continue the warrantless searches of public housing, then ended the practice while denying wrongdoing, then the Mayor attacked journalists who brought it to light.
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Kyle Clark Nov 14
Replying to @cityoflongmont
Recall also that the head of the Housing Authority Board bristled when asked if she'd allow a warrantless search of her home saying "I OWN my home." She had no idea her low-income tenants have the exact same Constitutional rights.
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Kelly Nov 14
The settlement should be more like $2 million. Gross abuse of power.
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Kelly Nov 14
She should be jailed.
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Kyle Clark Nov 14
Replying to @cityoflongmont
The settlement with the ACLU and tenants also calls for the external investigation (by Weld Sheriff) of warrantless searches to be released. denied our public records requests for it, saying it would be contrary to the public interest.
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Kelly Nov 14
Thank you and your team for uncovering this !
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Brooke Nov 14
Thanks for staying on this, Kyle!
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Kyle Clark Nov 14
Replying to @cityoflongmont
Hearing the head of the housing authority say tenants who refused a warrantless search must have something to hide was one thing. Watching circle the wagons to attack those who brought this to light was another. Now they'll cut a check.
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The Stablest of, like, Geniuses Nov 14
Thank you for doing the work you do. Well done!
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Kyle Clark Nov 14
Replying to @cityoflongmont
Bottom line: This is America. You can't use poor people to train police dogs. (/thread)
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Tara S Bostick Nov 14
does a great job and their dogs are free!!!
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Tara S Bostick Nov 14
trained and donated our own K9-Kara
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Katina H. Nov 14
Bravo!
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Pared Jolis Nov 14
Who owns the apartments?
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Kyle Clark Nov 14
They are public housing. (which does not alter the Constitutional rights of the people living there)
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