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Police in Boston want to search the bedrooms of youths thought to be involved in gun incidents. Without a warrant. All the police would need is a verbal yes from the parent to conduct the search. Is intimidation an issue? Would you say yes? Would you be comfortable having the police search your child's bedroom?
YOUR TEXTS "NO WAY! I would not let cops search my car without a warrent, why would I let them search my house or any part of it without a warrent?"
"I agree with you as far as a blanket policy. I have however had the police take a dog through a newly purchased used car to make sure there are no drugs"
"It truly amazes me that people are not more carefully protecting their rights. I would say absolutely no!"