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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 - Joseph Sullivan
Legg Mason's chairman and CEO Mark Fetting, who led the money manager through the difficult years during and after the financial crisis, will step down Oct. 1.
An airborne flight was brought back to Philadelphia, the jet was searched and a passenger was taken off for questioning because of an apparent hoax tip called into airport police, authorities said Thursday.
"He was obviously very alarmed, as I would be if heavily armed police officers entered a plane to take me off," Inspector Sullivan said. "And he was certainly stunned. And that's why this is no joke, this is no laughing matter."
"It's just an incredibly foolish and irresponsible thing to do and, bottom line, it's criminal," Inspector Sullivan said.