Scott talks to Baltimore lawyer Steven Silverman about a 2009 case involving the alleged illegal cavity search of his client by Baltimore police. Silverman’s client claimed that Officer Shakil Moss stopped him without cause and conducted the cavity search in public in the middle of the day, which was later confirmed through DNA analysis by the department’s internal affairs unit. It was later discovered that a group of officers conducted many such unconstitutional stops, and some of them have faced federal prison for their actions.
Discussed on the show:
- “Police State Keynesianism: Stimulating Tyranny” (The Libertarian Institute)
- “$210 million suit filed over police team’s strip search” (Baltimore Sun)
- “Nurse says traffic stop led to strip search” (Baltimore Sun)
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