Joe Cadillic writes:
What should be headline news across the country is relegated to a single local newspaper fighting back against illegal government surveillance.
Over the past two years, Memphis, Tennessee Mayor Jim Strickland and the Memphis Police Department have claimed that a 1978 consent decree barring them from conducting political surveillance limits their ability to fight crime.
The Commercial Appeal warns that Strickland wants to destroy the 41 year old ban on public surveillance without a warrant.
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