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Old 20 February 2016, 06:17 PM
jimmy101_again jimmy101_again is offline
 
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Originally Posted by Errata View Post
I think the dangerous precedent is the point, and the remote chance of useful data is the justification. They'd like this tool for other cases.
Exactly, this is why they chose the Farook case instead of any of the hundreds of other cases that could have been used. Cases that involve much less sensational crimes. Set the precedence with a high profile terrorism case then use that precedence for thousands of low level crimes.
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