Monday, May 16, 2011

Supreme Court Toilet Noise Ruling

An 8 to 1 decision from the highest court in the land:
When law enforcement officers who are not armed with a warrant knock on a door, they do no more than any private citizen may do," [Alito] wrote. A resident need not respond, he added. But the sounds of people moving and perhaps toilets being flushed could justify police entering without a warrant, he added.
If you're sitting on the throne,
contented, all alone,
and a knock comes at your door...

Their knocks you may ignore,
but remember not to flush!
Keep the pipes hush-hush!

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