Check today's realization that authorities are well within their rights to imprison locals for extended periods of time . . . Which really isn't as scary as U.S. renditions of terrorist suspects that sent Harold & Kumar to Guantanamo Bay.
The municipal victory today:
"U.S. District Judge Greg Kays ruled on Thursday that the police were entitled to qualified immunity and granted the department’s and individual officers’ motion for summary judgment. The legal doctrine of qualified immunity shields government officials from being sued for actions they took within their official capacity unless those actions violated a “clearly established” legal or constitutional right."
Read more public radio "advocacy" against the po-po who said the teen was wearing the same white t-shirt outfit as a suspected gunman:
Kansas City Teen Arrested And Wrongfully Locked Up For Three Weeks Loses Lawsuit