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Paula Reid
JUST IN: DOJ new asset forfeiture policy - police can seize property from people not charged w/crime even in states where it's been banned.
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carol Jul 19
Replying to @PaulaReidCBS
what the hell's that mean?
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Leonard Banco Jul 19
This will be tested in court, I'm guessing
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Chris Labarthe Jul 19
So let's say there was a NY RE developer under investigation f/fraud, money laundering & espionage. Could seize his hotels?
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Darius Amiri Jul 19
this seems like a not good thing, thoughts?
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Armando Nava Jul 19
Just another example of this Admin's rejection of States' Rights when it doesn't comport with its policy goals.
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Dreaming K Jul 19
Replying to @PaulaReidCBS @MsJoanne
This surely won't be abused in any way at all, will it? 🤦🏽‍♂️
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J. Justin Wilson Jul 19
The supposed safeguards amount to little more than window dressing for an outrageous abuse of power.
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MsJoanne Jul 19
Replying to @PaulaReidCBS
And what "conduct" might it be that will arise? Political marches? Anti-Trump demonstrations? 1st Amendment protected rights?
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MsJoanne Jul 19
Replying to @PaulaReidCBS @ACLU
Time to donate to the . Again.
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Nguyen Do Jul 19
Lol, the reason for the 2nd amendment was to fight oppressive government. Where are those yahoos now?
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Jeff Furlington Jul 19
Replying to @PaulaReidCBS
This administration is a criminal throwback to the bad old days.
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Demin Jul 19
It's been legal for a long time, and has resulted in more loss of property from people never charged or convicted than burglary.
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Demin Jul 19
Police can take any money and possessions you have if they think it's "related to a crime."
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Demin Jul 19
Civil asset forfeiture has been going on and abused for well over a decade now.
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carol Jul 19
if they "think"???
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Demin Jul 19
An example is a guy was traveling to another state to purchase a car he saw on Craigslist. Was using cash, had a couple thousand dollars.
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ثانوية القبيح الحقي™ Jul 19
They leagalized theft.
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carol Jul 19
so you can't carry a lot of cash over state lines?
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