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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 - Charles Walker
With two convicted killers back in police custody, authorities have shifted attention to finding out who made the phony court documents that led to the mistaken inmate releases that rocked Florida's judicial system.
Two convicted murderers are wandering somewhere, as Florida prison authorities admitted Thursday they accidentally released the inmates.
At first glance, the paperwork ordering the release of two convicted murderers serving life sentences in a Florida prison looked legitimate.
Five men are under arrest in the fatal shooting of Suitland High School student Charles Walker Jr., Prince George's County police said Wednesday.
He told investigators that 23-year-old Cedric Slater was bullying him and he fired three shots intending to scare him.