Police Used 'Fake Bomb Threat' to Install Hidden Cameras at Florida Massage ParlorChris Menahan
Apr. 04, 2019
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Florida police used a "fake bomb threat" to clear out and install hidden surveillance cameras at the massage parlor where Patriots owner Robert Kraft and 24 others were busted for allegedly receiving sexual favors for cash.
From Boston Globe:
The details surfaced in a memo that lawyers for Kraft, 77, filed Tuesday in Palm Beach County, Fla., in support of their motion to toss the video evidence. The high-stakes motion, if successful, would bar prosecutors from showing the video footage to jurors at trial.This is pretty insane overreach for mere prostitution. This was done using the PATRIOT Act.
More from Reason:
Police were able to secretly install the surveillance cameras thanks to a sneak-and-peek warrant. Such warrants were sold after 9/11 as a way to stop terrorism, but in practice they've mainly been used in investigations of drug crimes.Follow InformationLiberation on Twitter, Facebook, Gab and Minds.