1995-02-09 - Re: Not necessarily crypto but scary anyway…

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From: droelke@spirit.aud.alcatel.com (Daniel R. Oelke)
To: tedwards@src.umd.edu
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Message ID: <9502090254.AA11147@spirit.aud.alcatel.com>
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UTC Datetime: 1995-02-09 02:54:49 UTC
Raw Date: Wed, 8 Feb 95 18:54:49 PST

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From: droelke@spirit.aud.alcatel.com (Daniel R. Oelke)
Date: Wed, 8 Feb 95 18:54:49 PST
To: tedwards@src.umd.edu
Subject: Re: Not necessarily crypto but scary anyway...
Message-ID: <9502090254.AA11147@spirit.aud.alcatel.com>
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> On Wed, 8 Feb 1995, Ben wrote:
> > On Wed, 8 Feb 1995, root wrote:
> > > A friend advises me that today House Bill 666 passed. This supposedly would
> > > allow police officers to use evidence collected illegaly if they 'believed'
> > > that it was collected in good faith.
> > This sounds like a spoof.  Look at the number.
> Unfortunately, it is not.  World Wide Web yourself over to 
> http://thomas.loc.gov/ and search for hr 666...you will find it.
> "A Bill to control crime by exclusionary rule reform..." maybe if 
> "control" means "aiding and abetting"
> -Thomas

I haven't looked it up yet, but I did hear about the bill on news 
last night, so I would say it is legit. 

The number of the devil indeed.
Dan Oelke                                  Alcatel Network Systems
droelke@aud.alcatel.com                             Richardson, TX