Law Enforcement's Disdain For The 4th Amendment.

Police Dog Drugs
Are They Simply A Way For The Police To Circumvent The 4th Amendment?

September xx, 2014
"Police throughout the United States have been caught fabricating, planting, and manipulating evidence to obtain convictions where cases would otherwise be very weak. Some authorities regard police perjury as so rampant that it can be considered a "subcultural norm rather than an individual aberration" of police officers."
Dale Carpenter - Flagrant Conduct: The Story Of Lawrence v. Texas

The Fourth Amendment Explained:
US Government Review

Citizen Schools Two Sheriff
Deputies On Fourth Amendment

Law Enforcement's Disdain
For The 4th Amendment

Peruse the media websites and newspapers of this great country (USA), and a dangerous theme will quickly present itself - our police officers have a growing disdain for the 4th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.

Amendment IV
The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.

We (VolusiaExposed) invites our readers to view the above right video of a citizen who found the police knocking on his door demanding that he stop recording them, provide them with identification, and assisted that he allow them him to search his home.

Even under the threat of violence (being dragged out of his house), the citizen continued to demand that his constitutional rights be honored by the police.

In fairness, the above video has several unknowns. Where and when it transpired are unknown. So let's look at some situations where the "where and when" are known quantities.

And let's look locally !

Daytona Beach News Journal Article
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The Deputy Greg Nunziato Incident

It's only been a little over two years since Flagler County Sheriff Deputy, Greg Nunziato altered a judicial search warrant, in order to assist in forwarding his criminal investigation of a drug suspect.

Deputy Nunziato faced only minor disciplinary action, and no criminal prosecution for his actions. The criminal case against the drug suspect was dropped, in direct response to Deputy Nunziato's actions.

And while it appears possible, if not probable, that Deputy Nunziato holds little regard for the 4th Amendment - he remains to this date, a deputy within the Flagler County Sheriff's Office. Such gives us (VolusiaExposed) pause, regarding the level of devoted the Flagler County Sheriff Department has for the U.S. Bill of Rights.

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VCSO K9s vs. Suspects Mattocks & McDonald
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Click Here For - Incident Report 14-22895.pdf
Click Here For - Incident Report 14-22895A.pdf




If you found this article to be thought provoking, we (VolusiaExposed.Com) invite you to review, the below linked, Special Investigative Report, exposing law enforcement corruption with the State of Florida.


by Matthew Doig and Anthony Cormier
Tarnished badge, flawed system
Police unions / political clout
Predator in uniform?
What the personnel files reveal
Problems and solutions
Flagrant abuses invite little scrutiny
Problem officers still find work
How serious offenses go unreported
Sworn to protect....their pensions
Governor investigates CJSTC
Additional concerns surrounding the
Volusia County Sheriff's Department

VCSO deputy supplies underage females with alcohol.

VCSO deputy sexually approaches female prisoner?

Sex and the Badge
Extra-martial affairs within the VCSO?

VCSO deputy engaging in sexual relationship, while on duty?

VCSO deputy attempts romantic relationship with felony suspect?

VCSO deputy sexually assaults handcuffed woman.

VCSO deputy reprimanded for domestic violence arrest

VCSO Frangiamore-Carper murder-suicide incident

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