Please elaborate, or is name-calling all you have in your wheelhouse?
I just want some of whatever he's smoking.
That term always makes me think of the Chantry's god in Dragon Age.
"Thank the Maker!"
We need people to build things far more than we need people to break them. Building things is cool. Breaking them isn't.
Gandalf isn't always right. Sometimes, you *do* have to break things in order to know how to build them better.
Not all farm land is suitable for growing vegetables, but it may be suitable for grazing. The big problem we have is that the herds are larger than what the growth on a certain land area can sustain and therefore carbohydrate supplements have to be purchased.
This handy infographic puts that in perspective.
That linked article also states that most of these laws (& of them are over 100 years old) are in the process of being repealed because they are stupid & have scientifically been proven to do not a damn thing in regards to how much water returns to the water table. Sounds like a non-issue & the system is working as designed.
Hawken & Path of Exile are pretty damn good too.
Anyone want to take bets on how soon someone figures out how to disable every cell phone in their office?
Just because you take a few classes that help you to understand logic and how computers work doesn't mean you have to be a computer scientist.
They should skip the whole computer programming thing & just bring back "Logic & Critical Thinking" as a class. This would be much more useful & would still benefit anyone who was interested in programming.
I agree they should have obtained a warrant to enter the apartment. They had plenty of probable cause for one but even you admitted that they didn't really need one when you wrote "or if they suspect a crime is in commission." Knowledge of the stolen phone being in the apartment is knowledge of an ongoing crime: possession of stolen property. That particular crime just goes on and on until the stolen property is no longer stolen.
Sorry, you apparently don't understand how the chain of evidence, the 4th amendment or warrants work. How did they know that phone was in the apt? Fruit of a poison tree. This guy is going to walk because TPD hires morons.
But what about the other people they "tracked" when they fired up the stingray? They need a warrant for each one, else it's an illegal search.
They just let a rapist ( $DEITY knows how many others in the future) get off scott-free.
Stingrays *do not track single phones*.
They slurp up all the cell phone connections in a rather large area. It's like tapping every phone in a neighborhood to find one suspected grow operation.
Every single connection that a Stingray made would have to have a warrant attached to it. See Commonwealth v. Augustine.
And they have apparently been doing this for a while. I have a feeling TPD is going to be responsible for allowing a lot of criminals in the Tallahassee area to have their charges / convictions thrown out.
Even if it was a targeted search for a single phone (which it wasn't, stingrays slurp up all cell phone connections in a given area), they would have still had to to get a warrant to enter the premises. If LEOs don't have a warrant, they can only enter with a resident's permission or if they suspect a crime is in commission. Not several hours after the fact.