CA High Court case on Stadium Pat Downs

CA High Court case on Stadium Pat Downs

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    CA High Court case on Stadium Pat Downs

    This may or may not be related to CC...that's the point of CC, we don't know, however this case could have wide implications if the individuals win.
    California high court to hear 49ers privacy case - 1/07/09 - San Francisco News - abc7news.com
    Aren't most of these stadiums are built at least in part with TAX dollars? And if so, wouldn't that therefore mean that they aren't really owned by any individual. In effect they're public property no matter who's name is on the mortgage or lease or whatever as far as I'm concerned. Which is why they shouldn't be allowed to do the pat-downs...just a thought.

    Will be interesting to follow this one.
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    I went to a Bills game this year and they pat me down. I had pockets full of food, hand warmers, wallet, keys and lots of other stuff. They let me through without looking at any of it. I could have carried a shotgun under my jacket and they wouldn't have caught it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darkvibe View Post
    I went to a Bills game this year and they pat me down. I had pockets full of food, hand warmers, wallet, keys and lots of other stuff. They let me through without looking at any of it. I could have carried a shotgun under my jacket and they wouldn't have caught it.

    Yep, as others have posted in the past these ECP pat downs or bag check are to make the sheeple "feel" safe.
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    Some states have specific laws prohibiting cc in stadiums - MO is stadiums with >5000 capacity. Big businesses often get funding, low interest loans, tax breaks, etc for bringing job opportunities and revenue to a state or county - that doesn't make them publicly owned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darkvibe View Post
    I went to a Bills game this year and they pat me down. I had pockets full of food, hand warmers, wallet, keys and lots of other stuff. They let me through without looking at any of it. I could have carried a shotgun under my jacket and they wouldn't have caught it.
    I went to a Redskins game last year and it was the same thing. They patted me down, if you want to call it that. It was like one or two pats on either side right under my arms. Never even got near my waist. They only would have caught a shoulder holster, if that.
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