Wednesday, July 23
What part of the Fourth Amendment do the Vermont State Police not understand?
We ask this question after reading an Associated Press story that appeared in Monday's Reformer about a librarian in Randolph who seems to know a little bit more about the law than the state police.
On June 26, five Vermont State Police detectives showed up at the Kimball Public Library. Acting on a tip that 12-year-old Brooke Bennett sometimes used library's public access computers, the detectives wanted to seize them.