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Comment: Re:Since when.... (Score 2) 243

by ColdWetDog (#49494445) Attached to: FBI Accuses Researcher of Hacking Plane, Seizes Equipment

Standard procedure. Every time. If something MIGHT be involved in a crime, the first thing law enforcement is going to do is put that thing someplace where they can prove provenance. It can be annoying and law enforcement over reaches at time, but I have a hard time getting mad at the FBI for this one. Especially the field guys - they aren't doing the detailed forensics or anything, they are just their to make sure that the scene is safe and secure.

Have you ever noticed that the people who are always trying to tell you `there's a time for work and a time for play' never find the time for play?