Politicians and soldiers alike are sworn to protect and uphold the United States Constitution. It used to be, and still should be considered HIGH TREASON to openly violate the ideals of the United States Constitution and Bill of Rights - but that is what is going on more and more often here in the land that was once associated with things both free and brave.
In Indiana, that states Supreme Court has openly trampled upon the rights of it's citizens that had been granted in the Fourth Amendment to the Bill Of Rights. The Indiana Supreme Court Judges have VIOLATED what soldiers are sworn to uphold. What's happened is that the Indiana Supreme Court has ruled that any rogue police officer, and in effect, anyone pretending to be a police officer - can enter into your home without a warrant, and there's not a damned thing that you can do about it.
One of Two things needs to happen here, The Constitution of the United States of America and the Bill Of Rights either needs to be followed to the letter, or destroyed altogether. A divided house can not stand, and neither can a city with traitors within it's gates.