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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Stephen Kelly
An attorney for a man charged with murder in the strangulation of an 18-year-old woman in Kershaw County has decided not to ask for a bond hearing.
The Federal Bureau of Investigations told Sen. Rand Paul in a recent unclassified letter that agents have flown drones over U.S. airspace a total of 10 times in the past seven years.
While I agree that warrants should be used to approve information collection — including information collected through drone surveillance — this protection could be undercut by the Bureau's interpretation of what constitutes a 'reasonable expectation of privacy,' " he said, in his letter posted on his website.