SCOTUS: The Police are above the law. Even the Constitution.
In an 8-1 decision in the case of Heien v. North Carolina, SCOTUS ruled that a violation of the 4th amendment is perfectly acceptable if the violation results from a “reasonable mistake about the law” on the part of police.
What constitutes a reasonable mistake? Whatever the police say constitutes a reasonable mistake.
If cops want to look through your car, or seize your property, they can: They just have to make up a fake traffic law and then claim you were breaking it. Were they wrong? Oh well~!
If cops want to kill you, they can. They just have to claim you made a sudden move. Video evidence to the contrary? Oh well~!
What can’t a police officer do and get away with it?
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