State Supreme Court Rules That Cops Do Not Need Warrants To Enter Homes And Forcibly Seize Evidence

Wisconsin is now a police state. Goodbye freedom for the people of Wisconsin. Supreme Court justices are tasked with upholding the constitution. You know, protecting the people from the other two branches of the government. Too bad its no longer what they do. Read my post below about Marbury v. Madison, which explains this in more detail. The Supreme Court is supposed to interpret the Constitution. But, in this case they are siding with the police in order to fight crime. Protection from crime via the police is not part of the constitution. Yet, protection from them is safeguarded under the 4th Amendment. This decision makes no sense. The Supreme Court holds too much power, especially when you consider that some of them can be bought. This is beyond fishy.

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