Do you think it is OK to use drug dogs when there is no suspicion that the law has been broken?
Asked at Henry's, 11 E. Eighth St. on January 25, 2005
“No I do not. I think that’s a bunch of baloney. I think it’s pretty much self-explanatory why that is unconstitutional. People have their right to privacy.”
“No. I think by using drug dogs they are insinuating someone is breaking the law. It sends the message that you are already guilty of something.”
“No, of course not. It goes against one of the original concepts in the development of this country. I think the Founding Fathers faced a lot of those violations from the king. That action leads toward a police state.”
“I would say no in a general sense, but when it comes to a drug-free environment such as a school, you have basically waived that right and have to play by the rules.”