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Police sued for ‘quartering soldiers’ at private home during operation

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Police officers in Nevada are now facing the business end of a lawsuit accusing them of violating the Third Amendment, which bans government from “quartering soldiers” in a private home without the owner’s consent, after allegedly forcing a man to allow them to use his house when responding to a domestic violence call at his neighbor’s house. Law enforcement in Henderson, Nev., broke down the...

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