Strange Corners of Privacy Law


Afroman, the victim of the search and subsequent lawsuit, is running for President

I love this intro to a blog post at Reason:

Do you have a reasonable expectation of privacy when you break into a famous rapper’s house with an AR-15 and take his money? A group of Ohio sheriff’s deputies thinks so.

The facts of the underlying event, on the other hand, I love not so much.

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4 Responses to Strange Corners of Privacy Law

  1. Just me says:

    Any leads on case name and court? I’d like to look up the docket and see the filings.

  2. Kenneth Fair says:

    Apparently these officers have never heard of the Streisand Effect.

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