The cost of lying
Because "false information was recklessly included in the search warrant application", two judges have thrown out evidence in many child porn searches
. The police lied in order to get search warrants, and the judges acted correctly, because many of the people who were subjected to the search should not have been. The fact that many men who should be jailed won't be should be a good lesson for the police: if you don't act within the law, you won't get what you want. Isn't that what we are all supposed to be learning? Via Politech.
Posted by lookit at March 7, 2003 09:20 AM