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  • Delance1000 Delance1000
    March 25, 2013 | Delance1000
    Rick Ross ,Hollywood,Chopper,and the rest of mines it's been easy for them to violate ya'll privacy and eavesdropping due the fact the violating mines inadmissiable evidence agianst us !(smiling and laughing!!!)
    I'm just saying!!!We've already established Violation of Privacy and Eavesdropping,Perjury,genocide, and more and hip-hop and the rest of mines are the victims and witnesses to the crimes!So since they've been violating my privacy and eavesdropping they haven't been violating Hip-Hop and the rest of mines!The Paparazzi can't tell nobody who trying to kill Justin Beaver aat all!Macon georgia Law Enforcement,Prosecuting Attorney's, Governmental Agency's,Judge's, Mayor,and Governor can't nobody why they haven't made no arrest -conviction and sentence in which me ,My family/Extended family and OLgethrope Community,Me and Barack Obama and our Adminstartion,Mrs.Michelle Obama, along with the rest of my lil'man's and my daddy's little girl's are the victims and witnesses to the crimes!The mayor and Governor working together with the State of Georgia and Macon Georgia and other Law Enforcement,Judge's,prosecuting Attorney's,and Governmental Agency's didn't work out how they plan it especially committing Crimes against me and President Commander in Cheif Barack Obama can they explain us how macon Ga.general public got unlawful access to stored communication meaning wire and electronic communication wiretap order!I'm love mines unconditionally and I know I'm over protective of them!They didn't have electronic communication wiretap order and those that did well let's just say they the fatherless children and widow of United States veteran Alex Harris Jr. or his brother and sister of United States Veteran Alex Harris Jr. not none of United states Veteran Alex Harris Jr. grandchildren not ever not even his nieces and nephews!(smiling and laughing!!!)I represent Srinfeild mass. and tampa Flordia for Keeping God First!Cause my sister Mrs.Mattie Lee Gibson Harris by my/our momma by Jesus is LORD Great Great Grandma Mrs.mattie Mckenzie Gibson .ak.a.mudear would be saying the same thing let Macon Ga.burn and rot in hell!How do they plan on using anything against me and mines looking Violation of Privacy and Eavesdropping,Aggravated Stalking-harrassment communication,Murder for hire,Involuntary Servitude, and more!!!The judge's will be arrested-convicted and sentenced too !(smiling and laughing!!!) Rick Ross Armed with Gun, May Face Jail Time · Posted Mar 25th 2013 10:20AM by Paul Cantor · Comments ---- Alexander Tamargo, Getty Images Rick Ross was the one who was nearly killed in a botched assassination attempt in late January, but he may be the one who winds up in jail. According to the police report from the Fort Lauderdale Police Department -- obtained by the Smoking Gun -- Ross was armed with a black and chrome Smith & Wesson semi-automatic at the time of the shooting. It was reportedly tucked inside of Ross' front waistband and fully loaded with one bullet in the chamber. His license to carry a handgun, however, was expired at the time of the incident. And that may land in some legal trouble. No suspects have been identified in the shooting yet. If Ross were to go to jail over the unlicensed gun, he would just be another in a long line of rappers who've been to prison because of a firearm. Watch: Rick Ross Hires 24-Hour Armed Security Following Shooting I can remember my first case with the LORD thy GOD ,Jesus is LORD ,and my /our sister Mrs.Mattie Lee Gisbon Harris by my/our momma by Jesus is LORD great great grandma Mrs.Mattie Lee Gibson Harris in between July 1985- April 1986 and Judge Christain was the female judge handling Virginia Harris case now if they play the tape they’ll hear a child crying in it and that would be me!Me and Mrs.Mattie Lee Gibson Harris went to go and see about her daughter Virginia Harris who was with child at the time and bout ready to go in and her momma was praying to God she didn’t have the child while locked up!In 1996 the false and fabricated report ,perjury,Child Abuse,Assualt/Aggravated Assualt,Violation of Civil Right’s,Violation of United States and Georgia Constitutional Right’s,Violation of Oath of Office,Violation of Praivacy and Eavesdropping,Involuntary Servitude,Newly Discovered Evidence for the 1965 First Degree Murder and more to my late grandfather United States Veteran Alex Harris Jr.,and more means they’ve already been aiding and abetting-Conspirator’s-fugitives from justice-party to crime-and more to the crimes committed to Me-My Family /Extended family and Olgethrope Community!The Cold case victims been had immeditate knowledge to have their cases re-open victim’s such as United States Veteran Alex Harris Jr., Uncle and Cousin Smith!We report the crime immediately to the Macon Georgia YellowPages Emergency Phone number’s,Macon Georgia Mayor Jim Marshall ,Macon Georgia Congress Saxby Chambliss,Macon Georgia Georgia Legal Aid, and more !!!!I’m not in the 1996 incident report!When I got out of the car in 1996 to see what was going on between my birthmother and the Macon Police Officer the Department f Family and Children Services Security his back up grabbed me by my neck and lifted me up off of the ground by it my feet were not touching the ground and unknown black male from Olgethrope Community came and got me and gave me 25 cent to call somebody to come and get me they did it in front of the foodstamp line!Chid Abuse is a federal crime!Civil Right’s is federal Crimes and more are federal crimes!The Department of Family and Children Services in Mandated by city-state-federal!Rick Ross and Hip-Hop and more ya’ll privacy has been violated resulting in Violation of Privacy and Eavesdropping!Macon Georgia been aiding and abetting and more to my late grandfather United States Veteran Alex Harris Jr. murder since 1965 then throw me ,My Family/extended family and Olgethrope Community into the mix they’ll all be charged with the death penalty starting with the Judge’s,Law enforcement,prosecuting attorney’s, governmental agency’s,mayor,mayor municipal corporation,governor,informant’s,NAACP and Black Organization’s,Gang and Organization Member Informant’s, radio and News Station’s, Corporation’s, Intern’s,Partner and Stakeholder’s, and more!!!The Governor of Chicage got arrested-convicted and sentenced and how long did that take President Commander in Chief Barack Obama can you remember !I’m just saying!!!(smiling and laughing!!!!)The Macon Georgia Judge’s,Law Enforcement,Prosecuting Attorney’s,Governmental Agency’s,mayor,governor thought that if they worked together with Macon Georgia Entir
  • Delance1000 Delance1000
    March 21, 2013 | Delance1000
    Internet is Global so for Macon Ga. and more not to do nothing not investigate not make an incident report but confess to the crimes I'm reporting is a blessing!(smiling and laughing!!!)
    I’m gay –celibate-heterosexual!gay meaning happy in the dictionary!Bitch means female dog in the dictionary!The Judge’s,prosecuting Attorney’s,Governmental Agency’s,and law enforcement thought they could get me to associate with Macon ga.general public Oral Communication Wiretap Order (Snicthes and undercover’s)by violating my privacy and eavesdropping,involuntary servitude,criminal defamation,violation of oath of office ,Terrorism,and more..They think about they be giving open confession’s to the authorities that are not violating their oath of office and who would be arresting-convicting and sentenceing them!(smiling and laughing!!!)My Hip-Hop brotehr’s and sister’s by my /our mother by Jesus is LORD Great Great Grandma Mrs.Mattie McKenzie Gibson.a.k.a.Mudear.a.k.a.momma.a.k.a.Grandma!Hip-Hop hasn’t ever cause genocide within the communities but Violation of Privacy and Eavesdropping is a one way too!My brother’s and sister’s by my/our mother by Jesus is LORD Great Great Grandma Mrs.Mattie Mckenzie Gisbon.a.k.a.Momma.a.k.a.Grandma.a.k.a.Mudear along with My Lil’man’s and my daddy’s little girl’s .a.k.a. My Family/extended family and Olgetrhope CommunityKeep God First!I just don’t see how Hollywood put up with the B.S. seriously the time the spend talking about ya’ll D.U.I.’s is the time the time spend helping trying cover up real crimes!(smiling and laughing!!!)The itches do hate LORD fearing women like First lady Mrs.Michelle Obama ,Rocsi Diaz,Mrs.Mattie Lee Gibson Harris,Mrs.Gertude Willie Harris ,Mrs.Mattie Mckenzie Gibson,and more…cause they worship satan and still mad cause King David ain’t no homosexual ,worshipping Satan,not keeping God commendmant’s, and everything from the bottomlesspit!Now in 2005 they told me they caouldn’t help me just like before committing Invontary Servitude ,Violating their Oath of office ,and more !!!Jena 6 2007 so authorities still claiming they don’t have immeditate knowledge of the crimes and still haven’t made no arrest-conviction and sentence yet here we are in 2013 talking bout a school fight that happens everyday I told ya’ll rebellious people stupid muthafuckas!(smiling and laughing!!!!)Hip-Hop due to violation of Privacy and eavesdropping check ya’ll court cases from 2005-2013 put in for re-trial’s to get ya’ll charges dropped! I’m checking something’s but either way ET will still have to prove it the same thing goes for OMG!Insiders,Extra,Ellen,Live !Kelly and Micheal,Anderson Cooper, and more!I’m loving the Internet it goes straight to the authorities exposing corrupt undercover’s along with their snitches! How long did it take for Rapper T.I.P. and NFL Player Micheal Vick to arrested-convicted and sentenced after an informant dropped the dime on them?How did it take for the sex scandal involving R.Kelly did take for him to be arrested ?How did it take Macon Ga.to twist the word of God 1 Timothy 5:8 lying about cause they black we people all from the illegally wire-oral-electronic communication communication wiretap order from 2005-2013 exposing they’re really anti-christ criminal’s?How can Macon Ga.help me –My Family/Extended family and Olgethrope Community when they’ve been aidng and abetting-conspirator’s-party to crimes-fugitives from justice-and more to me –my family/extended family and Olgethrope Community since 1965 starting with the first degree murder ,Involuntary Servitude,and more to United States Veteran Alex Harris Jr.my late grandfather?How was Macon Ga. aidng and abetting-conspirator’s-party to crimes-fugitives from justice-and more the judge’s,prosecuting attorney’s, and more involving the 2005 Kidnapping me for ransom,Perjury,false and fabricated statement’s,double jeapordy, and more ? Isaiah 30 New King James Version (NKJV) Futile Confidence in Egypt 30 “Woe to the rebellious children,” says the LORD, “Who take counsel, but not of Me, And who devise plans, but not of My Spirit, That they may add sin to sin; 2 Who walk to go down to Egypt, And have not asked My advice, To strengthen themselves in the strength of Pharaoh, And to trust in the shadow of Egypt! 3 Therefore the strength of Pharaoh Shall be your shame, And trust in the shadow of Egypt Shall be your humiliation. 4 For his princes were at Zoan, And his ambassadors came to Hanes. 5 They were all ashamed of a people who could not benefit them, Or be help or benefit, But a shame and also a reproach.” 6 The burden against the beasts of the South. Through a land of trouble and anguish, From which came the lioness and lion, The viper and fiery flying serpent, They will carry their riches on the backs of young donkeys, And their treasures on the humps of camels, To a people who shall not profit; 7 For the Egyptians shall help in vain and to no purpose. Therefore I have called her Rahab-Hem-Shebeth.[a] A Rebellious People 8 Now go, write it before them on a tablet, And note it on a scroll, That it may be for time to come, Forever and ever: 9 That this is a rebellious people, Lying children, Children who will not hear the law of the LORD; 10 Who say to the seers, “Do not see,” And to the prophets, “Do not prophesy to us right things; Speak to us smooth things, prophesy deceits. 11 Get out of the way, Turn aside from the path, Cause the Holy One of Israel To cease from before us.” 12 Therefore thus says the Holy One of Israel: “Because you despise this word, And trust in oppression and perversity, And rely on them, 13 Therefore this iniquity shall be to you Like a breach ready to fall, A bulge in a high wall, Whose breaking comes suddenly, in an instant. 14 And He shall break it like the breaking of the potter’s vessel, Which is broken in pieces; He shall not spare. So there shall not be found among its fragments A shard to take fire from the hearth, Or to take water from the cistern.” 15 For thus says the Lord GOD, the Holy One of Israel: “In returning and rest you shall be saved; In quietness and confidence shall be your strength.” But you would not, 16 And you said, “No, for we will flee on horses”— Therefore you shall flee! And, “We will ride on swift horses”— Therefore those who pursue you shall be swift! 17 One thousand shall flee at the threat of one, At the threat of five you shall flee, Till you are left as a pole on top of a mountain And as a banner on a hill. God Will Be Gracious 18 Therefore the LORD will wait, that He may be gracious to you; And therefore He will be
  • Delance1000 Delance1000
    March 20, 2013 | Delance1000
    Macon Ga.have ya'll found the 2005 order to return back to probation and electronic communication wiretap order cause ya'll can't take the mental plea!
    2010 Georgia Code TITLE 16 - CRIMES AND OFFENSES CHAPTER 11 - OFFENSES AGAINST PUBLIC ORDER AND SAFETY ARTICLE 3 - INVASIONS OF PRIVACY PART 1 - WIRETAPPING, EAVESDROPPING, SURVEILLANCE, AND RELATED OFFENSES § 16-11-62 - Eavesdropping, surveillance, or intercepting communication which invades privacy of another; divulging private message More Sharing ServicesShare | Share on googlebuzzShare on email O.C.G.A. 16-11-62 (2010) 16-11-62. Eavesdropping, surveillance, or intercepting communication which invades privacy of another; divulging private message It shall be unlawful for: (1) Any person in a clandestine manner intentionally to overhear, transmit, or record or attempt to overhear, transmit, or record the private conversation of another which shall originate in any private place; (2) Any person, through the use of any device, without the consent of all persons observed, to observe, photograph, or record the activities of another which occur in any private place and out of public view; provided, however, that it shall not be unlawful: (A) To use any device to observe, photograph, or record the activities of persons incarcerated in any jail, correctional institution, or any other facility in which persons who are charged with or who have been convicted of the commission of a crime are incarcerated, provided that such equipment shall not be used while the prisoner is discussing his or her case with his or her attorney; (B) For an owner or occupier of real property to use for security purposes, crime prevention, or crime detection any device to observe, photograph, or record the activities of persons who are on the property or an approach thereto in areas where there is no reasonable expectation of privacy; or (C) To use for security purposes, crime prevention, or crime detection any device to observe, photograph, or record the activities of persons who are within the curtilage of the residence of the person using such device. A photograph, videotape, or record made in accordance with this subparagraph, or a copy thereof, may be disclosed by such resident to the district attorney or a law enforcement officer and shall be admissible in a judicial proceeding, without the consent of any person observed, photographed, or recorded; (3) Any person to go on or about the premises of another or any private place, except as otherwise provided by law, for the purpose of invading the privacy of others by eavesdropping upon their conversations or secretly observing their activities; (4) Any person intentionally and secretly to intercept by the use of any device, instrument, or apparatus the contents of a message sent by telephone, telegraph, letter, or by any other means of private communication; (5) Any person to divulge to any unauthorized person or authority the content or substance of any private message intercepted lawfully in the manner provided for in Code Section 16-11-65; (6) Any person to sell, give, or distribute, without legal authority, to any person or entity any photograph, videotape, or record, or copies thereof, of the activities of another which occur in any private place and out of public view without the consent of all persons observed; or (7) Any person to commit any other acts of a nature similar to those set out in paragraphs (1) through (6) of this Code section which invade the privacy of another. Disclaimer: These codes may not be the most recent version. Georgia may have more current or accurate information. We make no warranties or guarantees about the accuracy, completeness, or adequacy of the information contained on this site or the information linked to on the state site. Please check official sources. Wiretapping Law Protections Wiretapping Law Protects "Oral," "Wire," and "Electronic" Communications Against "Interception" Before 1967, the Fourth Amendment didn't require police to get a warrant to tap conversations occurring over phone company lines. But that year, in two key decisions (including the Katz case), the Supreme Court made clear that eavesdropping — bugging private conversations or wiretapping phone lines — counted as a search that required a warrant. Congress and the states took the hint and passed updated laws reflecting the court's decision and providing procedures for getting a warrant for eavesdropping. The federal wiretap statute, originally passed in 1968 and sometimes called "Title III" or the Wiretap Act, requires the police to get a wiretap order — often called a "super-warrant" because it is even harder to get than a regular search warrant — before they monitor or record your communications. One reason the Fourth Amendment and the statute give us more protection against government eavesdropping than against physical searches is because eavesdropping violates not only the targets' privacy, but the privacy of every other person that they communicate with. The Supreme Court has also said that since eavesdropping violates so many individuals' privacy, the police should only be allowed to bug or wiretap when investigating very serious crimes. So, the Wiretap Act contains enumerated offenses — that is, a list of crimes — that are the only ones that can be investigated with a wiretap order. Unfortunately, Congress has added so many crimes to that list in the past 30 years that now practically any federal felony can justify a wiretap order. The Wiretap Act requires the police to get a wiretap order whenever they want to "intercept" an "oral communication," an "electronic communication," or a "wire communication." Interception of those communications is commonly called electronic surveillance. An oral communication is your typical face-to-face, in-person talking. A communication qualifies as an oral communication that is protected by the statute (and the Fourth Amendment) if it is uttered when you have a reasonable expectation that your conversation won't be recorded. So, if the police want to install a microphone or a "bug" in your house or office (or stick one outside of a closed phone booth, like in the Katz case), they have to get a wiretap order. The government may also attempt to use your own microphones against you — for example, by obtaining your phone company's cooperation to turn on your cell phone's microphone and eavesdrop on nearby conversations. A wire communication is any voice communication that is transmitted, whether over the phone company's wires, a cellular network, or the Internet. You don't ne
  • Delance1000 Delance1000
    March 15, 2013 | Delance1000
    I'm Keep God first and Keep moving Forward!Me and Mines sticking with God!
    Macon Georgia law enforcement,prosecuting attorney’s, governmental agency’s,judge’s, mayor,Intern’s,partner and stakeholder’s,snitches, and more, and ya’ll entire family and friend’s just admit it to ya’ll selves ya’ll killed ya’ll selves,broke ya’ll selves,and straight gave open confession’s disrepsoecting ya’ll selves all for the LORD thy God and Jesus is LORD and I to put ya’ll on death row with the death penalty! 2010 Georgia Code TITLE 16 - CRIMES AND OFFENSES CHAPTER 11 - OFFENSES AGAINST PUBLIC ORDER AND SAFETY ARTICLE 3 - INVASIONS OF PRIVACY PART 1 - WIRETAPPING, EAVESDROPPING, SURVEILLANCE, AND RELATED OFFENSES § 16-11-62 - Eavesdropping, surveillance, or intercepting communication which invades privacy of another; divulging private message More Sharing ServicesShare | Share on googlebuzzShare on email O.C.G.A. 16-11-62 (2010) 16-11-62. Eavesdropping, surveillance, or intercepting communication which invades privacy of another; divulging private message It shall be unlawful for: (1) Any person in a clandestine manner intentionally to overhear, transmit, or record or attempt to overhear, transmit, or record the private conversation of another which shall originate in any private place; (2) Any person, through the use of any device, without the consent of all persons observed, to observe, photograph, or record the activities of another which occur in any private place and out of public view; provided, however, that it shall not be unlawful: (A) To use any device to observe, photograph, or record the activities of persons incarcerated in any jail, correctional institution, or any other facility in which persons who are charged with or who have been convicted of the commission of a crime are incarcerated, provided that such equipment shall not be used while the prisoner is discussing his or her case with his or her attorney; (B) For an owner or occupier of real property to use for security purposes, crime prevention, or crime detection any device to observe, photograph, or record the activities of persons who are on the property or an approach thereto in areas where there is no reasonable expectation of privacy; or (C) To use for security purposes, crime prevention, or crime detection any device to observe, photograph, or record the activities of persons who are within the curtilage of the residence of the person using such device. A photograph, videotape, or record made in accordance with this subparagraph, or a copy thereof, may be disclosed by such resident to the district attorney or a law enforcement officer and shall be admissible in a judicial proceeding, without the consent of any person observed, photographed, or recorded; (3) Any person to go on or about the premises of another or any private place, except as otherwise provided by law, for the purpose of invading the privacy of others by eavesdropping upon their conversations or secretly observing their activities; (4) Any person intentionally and secretly to intercept by the use of any device, instrument, or apparatus the contents of a message sent by telephone, telegraph, letter, or by any other means of private communication; (5) Any person to divulge to any unauthorized person or authority the content or substance of any private message intercepted lawfully in the manner provided for in Code Section 16-11-65; (6) Any person to sell, give, or distribute, without legal authority, to any person or entity any photograph, videotape, or record, or copies thereof, of the activities of another which occur in any private place and out of public view without the consent of all persons observed; or (7) Any person to commit any other acts of a nature similar to those set out in paragraphs (1) through (6) of this Code section which invade the privacy of another. Disclaimer: These codes may not be the most recent version. Georgia may have more current or accurate information. We make no warranties or guarantees about the accuracy, completeness, or adequacy of the information contained on this site or the information linked to on the state site. Please check official sources. Wiretapping Law Protections Wiretapping Law Protects "Oral," "Wire," and "Electronic" Communications Against "Interception" Before 1967, the Fourth Amendment didn't require police to get a warrant to tap conversations occurring over phone company lines. But that year, in two key decisions (including the Katz case), the Supreme Court made clear that eavesdropping — bugging private conversations or wiretapping phone lines — counted as a search that required a warrant. Congress and the states took the hint and passed updated laws reflecting the court's decision and providing procedures for getting a warrant for eavesdropping. The federal wiretap statute, originally passed in 1968 and sometimes called "Title III" or the Wiretap Act, requires the police to get a wiretap order — often called a "super-warrant" because it is even harder to get than a regular search warrant — before they monitor or record your communications. One reason the Fourth Amendment and the statute give us more protection against government eavesdropping than against physical searches is because eavesdropping violates not only the targets' privacy, but the privacy of every other person that they communicate with. The Supreme Court has also said that since eavesdropping violates so many individuals' privacy, the police should only be allowed to bug or wiretap when investigating very serious crimes. So, the Wiretap Act contains enumerated offenses — that is, a list of crimes — that are the only ones that can be investigated with a wiretap order. Unfortunately, Congress has added so many crimes to that list in the past 30 years that now practically any federal felony can justify a wiretap order. The Wiretap Act requires the police to get a wiretap order whenever they want to "intercept" an "oral communication," an "electronic communication," or a "wire communication." Interception of those communications is commonly called electronic surveillance. An oral communication is your typical face-to-face, in-person talking. A communication qualifies as an oral communication that is protected by the statute (and the Fourth Amendment) if it is uttered when you have a reasonable expectation that your conversation won't be recorded. So, if the police want to install a microphone or a "bug" in your house or office (or stick one outside of a closed phone booth, like in
  • Delance1000 Delance1000
    March 14, 2013 | Delance1000
    Keep Ya'Head Up!
    I’m just saying!!!(smiling and laughing!!)Kidnapping and Murder are Cpaital Offenses Punishable By death crimes in the word of God and in the justice system!Keep God First!(smiling and laughing!!!) Exodus 21:14 New King James Version (NKJV) 14 “But if a man acts with premeditation against his neighbor, to kill him by treachery, you shall take him from My altar, that he may die. Exodus 21:16 New King James Version (NKJV) 16 “He who kidnaps a man and sells him, or if he is found in his hand, shall surely be put to death. Hebrews 10:28 New King James Version (NKJV) 28 Anyone who has rejected Moses’ law dies without mercy on the testimony of two or three witnesses. Revelation 12:17 New King James Version (NKJV) 17 And the dragon was enraged with the woman, and he went to make war with the rest of her offspring, who keep the commandments of God and have the testimony of Jesus Christ.[a] 18 USC § 3281 - CAPITAL OFFENSES • USC-prelim • US Code • Notes • Updates USCPrelim is a preliminary release and may be subject to further revision before it is released again as a final version. Current through Pub. L. 112-283. (See Public Laws for the current Congress.) An indictment for any offense punishable by death may be found at any time without limitation. prev | next An indictment for any offense punishable by death may be found at any time without limitation. Source (June 25, 1948, ch. 645, 62 Stat. 827; Pub. L. 103–322, title XXXIII, § 330004(16),Sept. 13, 1994, 108 Stat. 2142.) Historical and Revision Notes Based on title 18, U.S.C., 1940 ed., §§ 581a, 581b (Aug. 4, 1939, ch. 419, §§ 1, 2,53 Stat. 1198). Sections 581a and 581b of title 18, U.S.C., 1940 ed., were consolidated into this section without change of substance. Amendments 1994—Pub. L. 103–322struck out before period at end “except for offenses barred by the provisions of law existing on August 4, 1939”. The table below lists the classification updates, since Jan. 3, 2012, for this section. Updates to a broader range of sections may be found at the update page for containing chapter, title, etc. The most recent Classification Table update that we have noticed was Wednesday, February 6, 2013 An empty table indicates that we see no relevant changes listed in the classification tables. If you suspect that our system may be missing something, please double-check with the Office of the Law Revision Counsel. How To Use Multiple entries for a section are listed most recent first, within the section. The Session Year indicates which session of Congress was responsible for the changes classified. The Congress number forms the first part of the Public Law number; each Congress has two sessions. Abbreviations used in the Description of Change column: • An empty field implies a standard amendment. • "new" means a new section or new note, or all new text of an existing section or note. • "nt" means note. • "nt [tbl]" means note [table]. • "prec" means preceding. • "fr" means a transfer from another section. • "to" means a transfer to another section. • "omitted" means the section is omitted. • "repealed" means the section is repealed. • "nt ed change" and "ed change" - See the Editorial Classification Change Table [pdf]. The Public Law field is linked to the development of the law in the Thomas system at the Library of Congress. The Statutes at Large field is linked to the text of the law, in the context of its volume of the Statutes at Large, at the Government Printing Office. Please note that it takes a while for these pages to get posted, so for very recent legislation, you need to look at the "enrolled" version at the Thomas site. The Statutes at Large references have been rendered in the format used as page numbers in the Public Law web pages to which we link, to facilitate copy-paste into browser "find on this (web) page" tools. We are still working on a more direct link facility. For serious comparison work, we suggest copying all or a portion of the Public Law text into your favorite text editor, for convenient content traversal and window control. Sections with change type "new" are a special case, still under development. All are now listed, at the title level only. You will find that occassionally a specific update you notice in a Public Law listed in a classification table will already have made it into the Code. We assume this is an artifact of the LRC edit process. The LII does not edit the LRC content. top General Reference Refer to the LRC (Law Revision Council) for explanations about the US Code from the folks who put it all together. You can look for information about what it is and is not, which titles are positive law, the schedule of Supplements, etc. Under download you can find the source data we use here (GPO locator files), as well as, PDF files that look just like the paper books (these may be rather large). Refer to the Thomas site for changes that have not yet made it into the classification tables. 18 USC Description of Change Session Year Public Law Statutes at Large LII has no control over and does not endorse any external Internet site that contains links to or references LII. Wiretapping Law Protections Wiretapping Law Protects "Oral," "Wire," and "Electronic" Communications Against "Interception" Before 1967, the Fourth Amendment didn't require police to get a warrant to tap conversations occurring over phone company lines. But that year, in two key decisions (including the Katz case), the Supreme Court made clear that eavesdropping — bugging private conversations or wiretapping phone lines — counted as a search that required a warrant. Congress and the states took the hint and passed updated laws reflecting the court's decision and providing procedures for getting a warrant for eavesdropping. The federal wiretap statute, originally passed in 1968 and sometimes called "Title III" or the Wiretap Act, requires the police to get a wiretap order — often called a "super-warrant" because it is even harder to get than a regular search warrant — before they monitor or record your communications. One reason the Fourth Amendment and the statute give us more protection against government eavesdropping than against physical searches is because eavesdropping violates not only the targets' privacy, but the privacy of every other person that they communicate with. The Supreme Court has also said that since eavesdropping violates s
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