There has been a lot of discussion recently about the Hudson case and it’s implications. I spent some time writing an in depth discussion on the subject of unannounced home invasion by authority (aside from the issues regarding evidence gathered in such actions that the Hudson case deals with) but could not bring myself to finish it. I believe any human being knows inside that unannounced invasion of an individuals home is simply unacceptable. Rather than an in depth argument, I will present my position as follows:
If you enter my home without announcing yourself prior to entry and allowing sufficient time for me to identify you and satisfy myself that you are who you claim, be prepared to carry the first couple of people through that door or window out in bags. I am sure I can be had, but I doubt it would be a solitary end.
And I doubt anyone will need to bother coming around to feed the dogs.