DEA Used a Woman’s Private Photos to Catfish Drug Dealers on Facebook
The DEA used her Cell phone to get the pictures to set up a phony Facebook page to lure Drug Dealers. So the questions are (a) was there a warrant to search the phone? (b) Was there a warrant to seize the pictures? (c) Are there not privacy issues here?
The Government “settled” the case without admitting any wrongdoing.
Posted on January 21, 2015, in 4th Amendment, Amendments, Constitution, Dave, Search & Seizure and tagged 4th Amendment, Cell phone, DEA, unreasonable searches and seizures. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.