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Exhausted Nihilist May 4
in this judicial unicorn, a court says a cop and his drug dog are both unreliable witnesses
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Exhausted Nihilist May 4
Replying to @TimCushing
Officer Moore extends a professional courtesy to himself and his drug dog
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Exhausted Nihilist May 4
Replying to @TimCushing
Court: this drug dog isn't "probable cause on four legs." He's a rigged game where the cop will always win.
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Exhausted Nihilist May 4
Replying to @TimCushing
a kind interpretation of Officer Moore's actions which, combined with his failure to activate his body cam, suggest this was anything but "inadvertent"
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FactNotStatementHat May 4
Replying to @TimCushing @dog_rates
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WeRateDogs® May 4
Replying to @Popehat @TimCushing
lot to think about
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Josh Insley May 4
Replying to @TimCushing @Popehat
The whole idea is that a cop can bring a pet to a traffic stop and then ask his pet if it is ok to search you.
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Matthew R. Slaughter May 4
Replying to @TimCushing
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Ben Lamoreux May 4
Replying to @TimCushing @Popehat
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Cato Minor May 5
Replying to @TimCushing @Popehat
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ear-bending May 4
Replying to @TimCushing @Popehat
Insane that the police officers themselves are allowed to handle the dogs. If they belonged to the Court, that would at least provide a little bit of Independence.
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