Pubdate: Mon, 28 Feb 2000
Date: 02/28/2000
Source: National Post (Canada)
Author: Gregory Handevidt
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I hope Canada will not succumb to pressure from the U.S. and its
international pseudonym, the UN. Since the beginning of the "War on
Drugs," the privacy rights of citizens in the U.S. have been destroyed.

We know the methods used by America do not work. Believe me, we are
not better off because of the war on drugs, and Canada will not be
better off if it "tightens" its laws. It will only be crumbling to the
"bully" tactics of the U.S., and its citizens will slowly lose their
right to privacy.

Gregory Handevidt,
Lakeside, Calif.