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Comment: Horrible logic!

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Horrible logic!

So because someone has the potential to be devious and dangerous, it is morally and legally justifiable to presuppose someone as dangerous and effectively remove their rights? Is that not deeming someone guilty until proven innocent? The Bill of Rights were effected to protect us from undue process atrocities such as this. To whomever said you lose your rights once arrested -- that is incorrect. When you are arrested, you still have rights because you are innocent until proven guilty. The Bill of Rights were written to protect those rights once arrested, hence why so many deal with arrests and other judicial proceedings.