Comment: this line caught me off guard..seems like complete b.s. to me

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this line caught me off guard..seems like complete b.s. to me

Mail covers do not involve reading the mail itself, just the outside information, and are not considered by the Postal Service or Justice Department to be constitutional violations since the outside of envelopes and packages can readily be seen by anyone.

...Outside of envelopes cannot seen by anyone, nor anyone readily! When a person sends a envelope in the mail, it goes to a mailbox or is dropped off at a post office. From their it goes to the mail processing plant. Then it is delivered by a mailman/woman to the recipient's mailbox. Definitely not able to be seen by anyone..what a load of crap..