Thursday, April 23, 2015

You May Never Trust Another Repairman After Reading About This Stunning FBI Sting 

FBI agents violated the Fourth Amendment by turning off the Internet and then pretending to be repairmen to enter an alleged bookie’s hotel suite and search computers without a warrant, a federal judge has ruled.

US District Judge Andrew P. Gordon also ruled that it is unconstitutional for agents to cut off Internet service without a warrant.

“They were trying everything they could to get inside without a warrant,” attorney Thomas Goldstein said of FBI agents in an interview with the Associated Press.

Goldstein represents Wei Seng Phua and a number of other men accused of running an illegal online sports book out of villas at the Caesars Palace Casino in Las Vegas.


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