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    Re: FBI releases photos of Boston blast suspects

    Quote Originally Posted by Ikari View Post
    No, I'll give people their biological function. But since when has a camera been part of human physiology?
    ahhh, but you see, it's the same thing. Big Brother is watching you from the corner. A human cop is not a biological function. He is paid government eye.

    You're stretching this now.

    How about this? There's an FBI van outside your home just watching and waiting for you to come out. ohhhhh! the humanity!

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    Re: FBI releases photos of Boston blast suspects

    Quote Originally Posted by PirateMk1 View Post
    They might be pros, though I ruled that out initially because they walked by the various cameras showing their faces. Maybe they thought they would be lost in the clutter of all the acquired images since there was going be thousands of cameras in the area anyhow. The other thing maybe is they are NOT they guys who pulled off the bombing. This point we have to potential suspects wearing backpacks that look like the packs used in the bombings. That's what I am presuming the FBI is looking at anyhow.
    There is another possibility I'm not hearing discussed. They may have been paid or given some kind of compensation as in drugs for leaving the bags in the selected locations. If I was of an ethnic appearance that could raise flags the next logical progression would be to get some stupid white boys to do it for me.

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    Re: FBI releases photos of Boston blast suspects

    Quote Originally Posted by madman View Post
    ahhh, but you see, it's the same thing. Big Brother is watching you from the corner. A human cop is not a biological function. He is paid government eye.
    That he is, but given the limitations of humanity; he cannot be everywhere for all hours.

    If that FBI van wants to sit on my street for all hours, it may. It cannot use any tech to see or hear inside my home without warrant, anything they see through open window is inadmissible less they have warrant, it should be extremely restricted from recording everything without warrant either. But if they just want to sit in that van and do nothing, then more power to them.
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    Re: FBI releases photos of Boston blast suspects

    Quote Originally Posted by The Man View Post
    Or they could have been recognized by a neighbor or caught at the airport and/or border before they were able to flee.
    That's possible, too. Like I said: a double edged sword.

    I agree that if the FBI is letting the cat out of the bag like this, it means they don't have jack **** else to go on.
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    Re: FBI releases photos of Boston blast suspects

    Quote Originally Posted by Ikari View Post
    My rights do not cease to exist in public.
    <<delete>>
    EDIT: never mind, my comment wasn't pertaining to government surveillance.
    Last edited by Taylor; 04-18-13 at 08:01 PM.

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    Re: FBI releases photos of Boston blast suspects

    Quote Originally Posted by Ikari View Post
    My rights do not cease to exist in public.
    You have no expectation of privacy in a public place. At least learn the law. It might come in handy for you some time.

    There are two types of expectations of privacy:
    A subjective expectation of privacy is an opinion of a person that a certain location or situation is private. These obviously vary greatly from person to person.
    An objective, legitimate or reasonable expectation of privacy is an expectation of privacy generally recognized by society.
    Examples of places where a person has a reasonable expectation of privacy are person's residence or hotel room[1] and public places which have been specifically provided by businesses or the public sector to ensure privacy, such as public restrooms, private portions of jailhouses,[2] or a phone booth.[3][4]
    In general, one cannot have a reasonable expectation of privacy in things held out to the public. A well-known example is that there are no privacy rights in garbage left for collection in a public place.[2] Other examples include: pen registers that record the numbers dialed from particular telephones;[5] conversations with others, though there could be a Sixth Amendment violation if the police send an individual to question a defendant who has already been formally charged;[6] a person's physical characteristics, such as voice and handwriting;[7] what is observed pursuant to aerial surveillance that is conducted in public navigable airspace not using equipment that unreasonably enhances the surveying government official's vision;[8][9] anything in open fields (e.g. barn);[10] smells that can be detected by the use of a drug-sniffing dog during a routine traffic stop, even if the government official did not have probable cause or reasonable suspicion to suspect that drugs were present in the defendant's vehicle;[11] and paint scrapings on the outside of a vehicle.[12]
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    Re: FBI releases photos of Boston blast suspects

    Quote Originally Posted by clownboy View Post
    It's not just the cameras, high quality being more expensive, it's the wiring and the storage. The more high quality the capture, the larger the file. Even with storage being "cheap", you'd soon reach your storage limit.
    Ah, I wasn't even thinking about that. Yeah, I figured it's probably more complicated than I was imagining.

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    Re: FBI releases photos of Boston blast suspects

    Quote Originally Posted by Taylor View Post
    Nor do the camera owner's.

    His right to liberty is protected from whatever arbitrary controls you wish to place on his use of his property.
    Yes, but none of it should be admissible in court without warrant.
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    Re: FBI releases photos of Boston blast suspects

    Quote Originally Posted by apdst View Post
    It might be a spoiler; an attempt to make the real perps relax and slip up, because they think that no one is looking for them.

    But, who knows...right?
    Good afternoon, apdst.

    If we have the wrong guy(s), whoever did this is not going to relax, IMO. He was trying to make some point known only to him, and while he never intended to get caught, he still hasn't had a chance to tell the world why. For that reason, I hope they have the right criminals in custody!

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    Re: FBI releases photos of Boston blast suspects

    Quote Originally Posted by EnigmaO01 View Post
    But, but, the pictures are so clear on NCIS and the there is instant facial recognition! :-)
    And they have such nice "enhancers" that can magically take incredibly blurry pictures and transform them into detailed HD photos that can even capture that tiniest of birth marks.

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