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Klarinet Archive - Posting 001133.txt from 2002/06

From: "Kevin Callahan" <kionon@-----.com>
Subj: Re: [kl] Music vs. drug testing
Date: Sun, 30 Jun 2002 17:41:17 -0400

<snip>

> oh, and contrary to what you say, there's no debate over the meaning of
> "unreasonable searches and seizures" as it's clearly stated in the next
> clause "but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation"
> (fourth amendment). random searches of school lockers clearly fail that
> test. airplane searches don't, because airlines aren't public in the same
> sense schools are, and private industries may make their own rules; if
> you don't want to be searched, don't fly. but you can't say, if you don't
> want to be searched, don't get an education.

The reason I agree with lockers is being the school owns them, but the
school does NOT own back packs or the students' bodies. Because of my
political awareness I never used a locker after seventh grade when I was
outraged by a search. To be honest, all I had in my locker was some love
letters, but the possibility of adults finding those is pretty scare to a
seventh grader. I never even knew where my locker was my senior year of high
school. I didn't ask, I didn't care.

Kevin Callahan

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