Citizen Chics Must Put Out
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Mon Jun 21 10:45:19 PDT 2004
OK...so say an officer is at the beach and spots some hot chick in a bathing
suit, with obviously no ID on her person. And let's say this officer
"believes" that this chick has a bag of pot at home. Can he just go and
>From: Eric Cordian <emc at artifact.psychedelic.net>
>To: cypherpunks at minder.net
>Subject: Citizen Units Must Give Names
>Date: Mon, 21 Jun 2004 09:52:44 -0700 (PDT)
>One used to have the right to be known by any name one wished, as long as
>one did not do so for the purpose of committing fraud, or impersonating
>One certainly has an absolute right to refuse to speak to a government
>employee when accosted.
>So it is difficult to understand the Court's "reasoning" in this case.
>WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A divided U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Monday that
>people are required to identify themselves when asked to do so by police,
>and rejected arguments that it violates their constitutional rights to
>privacy and to remain silent.
>Eric Michael Cordian 0+
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