That's exactly right. For 5 days, reporters and people have been asking for the evidence that they did it, which is what an arrest warrant has, after a cop goes to a judge and the *judge* decides if there is enough evidence to issue an arrest warrant.
You are right. That isn't there. And you need one to arrest someone. Part of the constitution and our rights from our legal heritage - it ensures that cops don't just decide someone is guilty and needs arresting, a *judge* does. Separation of powers.
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