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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 - Perry Berazan
Brad McCrimmon, killed Wednesday when a private jet carrying a Russian professional hockey team crashed shortly after takeoff, was remembered as a rugged yet keen and confident hockey player and coach who helped dozens of players and teammates. He was 52.
"He was a big, barrel-chested man, a hairy man who told it like is, played hard, really hard and always just an honest-on-the-ice-off-the-ice kind of guy that you really respected," Berazan said. "The world doesn't have many people like Brad. I hadn't seen him very much over the past bunch of years and I'm really missing him right now because you know guys like that are pretty special."