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Judge Napolitano: Americans Think They Have Privacy... They Don't
Earlier this month, The Wall Street Journal ran a report about about how law enforcement agencies — on the federal, state, and local levels — used a database at a small nonprofit to track “more than 150 million money transfers between people in the U.S. and in more than 20 countries.”
More than 600 law-enforcement entities used this data — without a warrant — to “monitor the flow of funds through money services between the U.S. and countries around the world.”
Judge Andrew Napolitano spoke with Gerald Celente on “Celente & The Judge” Wednesday to talk about the latest invasion of privacy on American soil.
“There’s no more privacy in America,” Napolitano said. “We think we have privacy, but we don’t. This is the lowest level to which I have seen small-town cops sink…that they would get this kind of information from poor and middle-class people as to whom there is not one scintilla of evidence of criminal behavior.