Carl in Wyncote, PA

Thank you for giving the Public a chance to know basic things that is their business to know and their right to know, so they can use their brain and make Bill of Rights judgments. I actually think that even with a correctly made out search & seizure warrant; the Bill of Rights implicitly requires the person’s whose ‘effects’ are searched or seized to be informed or presented with that information. For example, no where in the Constitution does it require that a bystander seeing something searched by the ‘fed’ or etc., not to tell the person that his effects are being, or have, been searched. When this country was founded it would have been dangerous for a ‘fed’, etc., searcher to be caught by the home owner mysteriously leaving the home — without prior or prompt explanation to the owner. Some problem much like that happened ~ 10 years ago in Philly City Hall.