Samantha Atkins wrote:
> There is nothing wrong with the government forcefully prying
> open my mind or yours on the least suspicion of wrong doing or
> of withholding information it wishes to acquire? What could be
> more a use of force than this? What happened to the 5th
> amendment? What happened to privacy? What happened to the
> sacrosanct individual? All gone for a little more "security".
Prisoners of War do not have 5th Amendment rights, since their actions
are not considered 'crimes' per se. Moreover, nobody has a 5th amendment
right in respect to knowledge of events yet to occur.
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