Fourth Amendment Takes A Hit 9 Out Of 10 Left

Fourth Amendment Takes A Hit 9 Out Of 10 Left

Second Amendment Patriots

Indianapolis, IN –-( The announcement that the Indiana Supreme Court has taken a major step in crushing one of our sacred Amendments contained in our Bill of Rights came our of nowhere.

Just reading the reports that states people have no right to resist police officers who illegally enter their homes, is a hard hit between the eyes. In the same week the Court also ruled that officers serving warrants can enter a persons house without knocking.

In the past 4 months here in Indiana we worked very hard to remove the infringement of our Second Amendment that has occurred by local governments over the past several decades, and we succeeded. Then in the same week that those two gun bills were signed by the Governor, we turn around and see the Fourth Amendment takes a hit.

While some are in complete disbelief of what’s happened, many citizens I’m sure will continue on with their daily routines with not even a raised eyebrow.

We’re coming up on a anniversary of 220 years since our Bill Of Rights have been adopted. They’ve lasted a long time, but I guess nothing lasts forever. It’s my observation that a great deal of society has no real affection to the Constitution or Bill Of Rights until they find themselves in need of a particular element that could serve them.

I know that those regular readers are people who understand the significance of those documents and truly appreciate them to the point of doing anything in their power to protect them.

Margie and I are very blessed to come to know all of you, even if we have never personally met, we know we are all a kindred spirit.

At this moment I’m not sure exactly what steps can be taken to address this new attack, but I will once again encourage us all to STAY UNITED and I hope that those who have not attended our Patriot meetings for some time might consider to join us for our next meeting. The more compatriots that stand together the easier our victory will be.

I was told months back that the chances of me getting SB 506 and especially SB 292 passed was slim and that I should expect to have to try again next year. I didn’t accept that and we did succeed, but it did not come easy. Let’s not be the generation that surrenders the rights we inherited and deprive those who come after us from their inheritance.

“The first maxim of a man who loves liberty, should be never to grant to rulers an atom of power that is not most clearly and indispensably necessary for the safety and well being of society” Richard Henry Lee

Jim and Margie
2nd Amendment Patriots

The Second Amendment Patriots are a local group of citizens dedicated to preserving the rights, freedoms, and civil liberties of every American by educating the American public of the founding and history of this country and its founding fathers by explaining the role, functions and purpose of the U.S. Government; and by teaching the need and importance of an armed American public, in order to allow for a more prosperous and respectful country consisting of American citizens with a pledge of allegiance to their country and who will at the same time, voice their demand to take back the present overwhelming power of the U.S. Government and deliver it into the hands of the people to which it belongs.

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Phil, Ohio

Indiana Supreme Court?

I just read in Forbes that it was Kentucky -V- King.

Here is the Forbes article.

Supreme Court Upholds Warrantless Searches to Protect Destruction of Evidence, Scolded by Justice Ginsburg

In an 8-1 opinion authored by Justice Alito, the U.S. Surpreme Court in Kentucky v. King (U.S. May 16, 2011), held that it was impermissible for police to conduct a warrantless search after announcing their presence led to activity that they believed would result in the destruction of drug-related evidence. Justice Ginsburg dissented.


The court is showing a blatant disregard for the law.

On April 19, 1775 the people of the colonies rejected British Crown over its disregard for the Magna Carta and the English Bill of Rights.

The Supreme Court has now ruled that police can enter a home if they hear a sound they don’t like.

When the rule of law fails tyranny prevails!

Steve M.

9 out of 10 left? Hah! Most portions of the 1st is down the drain. Designated out of sight protest sites around presidents. Churches having to fulfill government regulations and restrictions in order to stay tax free. and more. 2nd has been gone ever since NFA 34. Since then, GCA 68, FOPA, Bush the first's AWB import ban, Brady and NICS, AWB and adequate magazine ban of 94, CCL licenses to carry (asking government for permission to exercise a right) Come on now. 3rd might still be alive, but I've seen some pretty good arguments that it has died as… Read more »


This is not the first attack on the Fourth Amendment!!! Hello! Ever heard of the so-called "Patriot Act." How about unconstitutional "Sobriety Checkpoints." Then there's required submission to Naked Scanners and Sexual Assault Pat-downs if you wish to exercise your fundamental human right to travel. Where oh where is the word "exigent" found in the U.S. Constitution not to mention specifically the Fourth Amendment? Should I go on? Your rights are subject only to what you're willing to submit to and your children and grandchildren will continue to pay the price in the future. Land of the free, home of… Read more »