Petition to the United States Supreme Court to reverse the 8-1 decision regarding unlawful searches and seizures as defined by the Fourth Amendment
Recently, the US Supreme Court ruled eight(8) to one(1) that an officer of the law is no longer required to obtain a search warrant before entering a building, searching a premises, or taking evidence. In the past, an officer was required to have a valid search warrant before entering, unless their were sounds of distress coming from within. The warrant was required to specifically state the place being searched and items/persons being seized. In the new ruling, an officer may forcefully enter the house, without a warrant, and seize anything if said officer believes evidence is being destroyed. This can range from the sound of movement to a toilet flush. Sign the petition to prevent the death of the Fourth Amendment, protest the steady creation of a police state, remind the government that they serve the people, and regain the rights and liberties we claim to posses.