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An English mans home is his castle... not so much
« on: January 16, 2015, 01:01:10 AM »
If you read the accompanying PDF or follow the link  I think you will be surprised (read appalled) at who could legally enter you home if you lived in the UK. OK we don't how long before with the  the current trend in governments,  its the same here? Is there a similar list for the US and for Canada? We are all concerned about erosion with respect our rights regarding firearms, maybe we should carry those concern a little further.

http://www.bigbrotherwatch.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/EMBARGO-15-JAN-POWERS-OF-ENTRY.pdf
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Re: An English mans home is his castle... not so much
« Reply #1 on: January 16, 2015, 02:04:58 AM »
No problem....Just make sure you have a place and means to bury the bodies  :D
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Re: An English mans home is his castle... not so much
« Reply #2 on: January 16, 2015, 09:37:32 AM »
In reading the pdf it seems a warrant is required to exercise the right of entry. In very few cases can anyone just show up at the door and demand to enter your home. In cases of risk to life, crime in progress or belief in imminent destruction of evidence a police officer may enter your home without a warrant. If you rent even your landlord has access rights with proper notice. To me it isn't the existing conditions that exist that is concerning, it is the erosion of those laws and protections by police and courts that allow 'stretching' or blurring of the lines that allow the conditions to change without a corresponding change in the law.



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