Unformatted text preview: Dissent from Justice Breyer and Scalia The squeeze was not of the unusual for Agent Cantu. The fact that a light squeeze of a cloth bag compared to the flying over 1,000 miles over a person’s back yard to be different in terms of a search. Not only does it complicate the matter, but also a stranger could do the same on a normal way to move around luggage or handling bags. I agree with the dissent on this case. If people have something to hide, put it in a hard cover case luggage, otherwise, it is reasonable to assume privacy from visuals, but not from touch, if it is in a soft covered luggage. The squeeze was not hard enough to break fragile stuff, so I think it was deemed okay....
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This note was uploaded on 10/18/2011 for the course CRIM. PRO 125 taught by Professor Sobel during the Spring '11 term at California Western School of Law.
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