PaulBags:Klipspringer: At the time he could not be charged with terrorism because the evidence obtained by police was obtained illegally. It could not be used in his trial.
Think about that statement for a second. The police, the supposed instruments of the law, acted illegally. Does this seriously makes you feel warm and fuzzy?
Whats more important to you?
1) Keeping this guy off the street.
2) His privacy
I don't care how that evidence was obtained. That evidence tells a story about what these people where was really up to.
IMO They had no right to privacy