Photos from 4th Amendment protest in Indy

A couple of weeks ago, the Indiana State Supreme Court ruled on the appeal of Barnes v. State of Indiana. While it should have been an extremely simple case to rule on (Barnes was guilty), the Supreme Court decided that they wanted to use this case as an excuse to essentially overturn the Fourth Amendment of the US Constitution. Not only did they say that Barnes was guilty, but they decided that the police do not need to have a reason to enter homes in the Hoosier State. They said if the cops enter your house illegally, you are free to sue them. Needless to say, the people of Indiana are not very happy about it.

Since I was within 300 miles, I decided to go to the Stand Up For Your Fourth Amendment Rights rally at the state capital. Here are the photos.

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2 Responses to Photos from 4th Amendment protest in Indy

  • KT says:

    Great photos! We were represented by a number of members from IndianaShooter.com. I’d like to personally invite you over to participate at INS.
    I appreciate your photos, and the time you took to show your displeasure with this ruling.

  • Lloyd Brown says:

    It was my pleasure. When I read the case and ruling I really had no choice.

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