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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Fourth Amendment says Obama is not at liberty to collect metadata
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - barry farms
The basketball career fizzled years ago. Ask what became of the former Georgetown star, though, and the answer starts with a series of disheveled, cringe-inducing mugshots and a trail of court records that lead to a cramped interview room at the Prince George's County Correctional Center.
Far removed from the opulence of an NBA arena's luxury boxes and $1,000 courtside seats, a green asphalt court is flanked by hard metal bleachers and a chain-link fence.
Marion Barry opens the passenger door for his visitor, seats himself behind the wheel and slowly merges into the evening rush on Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue in Southeast Washington.
"[Page] warned me before this," he said.
"It took us 20 years to develop Camp Simms, but we finally got it done," Mr. Barry says, referring to a mixed-use development on a former National Guard site.