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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 - Ryan Strickland
An off-duty police officer was convicted Tuesday of grabbing a schoolteacher off a street and sexually assaulting her, and jurors have been told to keep deliberating on some unresolved counts, including rape.
"It's overwhelmingly sad," Mr. Strickland said. "It's one of the most stressful things someone can go through - the prospect of losing your house and finding somewhere else to live. I can only imagine what he was feeling."
"This was the first step of our larger legal battle to keep his home," said Mr. Wordes' attorney, Ryan Strickland. "He had options. He had a way out. And he had a good case."