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U.S. Supreme Court: Police Cannot Carry Out Warrantless Home Invasions To Seize Guns Under ‘Caretaking’ Duties

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For Immediate Release: May 17, 2021

WASHINGTON, D.C. — A unanimous U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that police cannot carry out warrantless home invasions in order to seize guns under the pretext of their “community caretaking” duties.

Ruling that police must have a warrant or evidence of an actual emergency before invading a home without the owner’s consent, the Supreme Court has rejected attempts by police to expand their search and seizure authority under the “community caretaking” exception to the Fourth Amendment. The decision in Caniglia v. Strom dovetails with The Rutherford Institute’s arguments that allowing police limitless discretion to enter homes flies in the face of the Fourth Amendment’s prohibition on unreasonable searches and seizures.

“This was yet another blatant attempt by law enforcement to create gaping holes in the Fourth Amendment force field that is supposed to protect homeowners and their homes against warrantless invasions by the government,” said constitutional attorney John W. Whitehead, president of The Rutherford Institute and author of Battlefield America: The War on the American People. “Thankfully, the Supreme Court recognized that ‘we the people’ do not need another slippery slope argument allowing government officials to violate the Fourth Amendment at will under the pretext of public health and safety.” More

How many Wisconsin DATCP goons does it take to inventory the personal food from a family’s private refridgerator?

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If you want a glimpse of what is ahead for you if S.510 passes, here it is. 

 These are Wisconsin predators, employed by DATCP to act under the color of law and against the people.  Earning from 65,000 thousand a year to as much as 105,000 per year, the goons in this video are set loose to harrass and terrorize selected Wisconsin dairy farmers who sell fresh raw milk. 

Unlawfully, and without a valid warrant, or any oaths of affirmation, private property was tresspassed, stolen, destroyed and otherwise rendered useless by  the goons who make their living preying on the public while wearing a government badge and collecting a huge paycheck. 

This attempt to terrorize and coerce this family into compliance was facilitated by the local sheriff who seemed very pleased with violating the rights of these private citizens.

By the way, S. 510 is very clear that dairy farms will be be a target of section 420 (e)

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