GA pilots complain about surprise police searches

09/9/2013 | Blade (Toledo, Ohio), The

General aviation pilots have been growing concerned about the number of surprise searches conducted by federal and local law enforcement. AOPA has filed a freedom-of-information request to find out more about the searches, which an unnamed source told Flying magazine could not be refused. AOPA says that at least 42 reported searches had no probable cause. AOPA Online

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