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Jail day for Gaddys as TN couple rejects demand for search of house

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Thomas and Carol Gaddy of Dunlap, Tenn., are told to report to jail today in Sequatchie County for refusing to allow a warrantless search of their house under the guise of an “inspection” sought by mayor Dwain Land and city attorney Stephen Greer. The Gaddys defend constitutional rights to be free from searches, which are illegal and unconstitutional in Tennessee apart from a warrant. Interview with June Griffin. (Courtesy Noogaradio)

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Gaddys face jail in Dunlap rather than yield constitutionally protected rights

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