Rancher sues Feds for sneaking a spy camera on to his land

Just like that camera and the agents who stuck it in that tree, the federal lawsuit is treading on contentious territory, raising questions about what limits there are to the government’s power to conduct surveillance in the name of border security on private property, without the landowner’s permission. Or, in the case of Palacios, with the landowner’s repeated orders, over the course of years, to get the hell off his land.

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