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Re: An open letter to the Santa Cruz City Council in protest of police infiltration:

So I gather from Rico here that apparently the cops supported having the meeting in a public place, such as Wired Wash? Or was that mostly the legitimate organizers' idea? I still maintain that you probably have some legal protection against such covert surveilance in a private home, but not in a public place such as the Wired Wash. Of course there was the general ban on domestic spying on political groups that was supposed to have gone into effect in the 70's, but I'm not sure how effective that actually is. Does that ban mean that cops cannot surveil political groups in PUBLIC places without probable cause? Showing that the cops did not get a warrant for surveilance of a private residence is much easier to prove, I think. That angle should be investigated.

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