January 01, 2013

Civil Rights: Suspicionless Strip Searches—What’s Next?

Daniel R. Karon

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A flawless driver and exemplary citizen, Rosemary Munyiri never expected this nightmare to happen to her.

It was a rainy April night in 2008 when a Baltimore police officer stopped Rosemary, a petite 5’ 2” Johns Hopkins Hospital cardiac nurse. The officer ordered her from her car at gunpoint, handcuffed her face down on the wet pavement, and arrested her.

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