Pennsylvania Supreme Court throws out the U.S. Constitution
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has committed mutiny against the U.S. Constitution.
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that police officers may search vehicles without a warrant. Police found two pounds of marijuana under the hood of Philadelphia resident Shiem Gary’s car in 2010, prompting him to file a lawsuit arguing police had violated his rights. The case made its way to the state’s high court which decided that while police need “probable cause” to conduct a search, they do not need a warrant granted by a judge. In other words, the state of Pennsylvania has defecated on the 4th amendment. RT’s Ameera David has more details on the ruling that is upsetting civil liberties advocates.