By The Right Scoop

Rep. Trey Gowdy raises an interesting question regarding the DOJ drone memo and the fact that it says on page 5 that the DOJ assumes that both the 4th and 5th amendments attaches to a U.S. citizen while traveling abroad. His question, in short, is that if a U.S. citizen traveling abroad enjoys the full panoply of constitutional protections, then how is it different if this same US citizen is on American soil? Does it only come down to whether some senior level DOJ official makes a determination on the feasibility of capture?



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