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The Florida Department of Health did not respond to multiple calls and emails seeking comment. At this point, according to the documents made public in the case, Sharp had not documented any solid evidence of human trafficking. Historically, such warrants were next to impossible to obtain except in the most extreme circumstances. Then the Patriot Act was passed. Bush signed the Patriot Act, which among other provisions allowed law enforcement to use delayed-notice warrants to fight terrorism, with plans to sunset the act in a few years.
In , the Electronic Frontier Foundation found that the single biggest reason delayed-notice warrants were requested in federal courts were for drug investigations, and that a negligible percentage involved terrorism.
The most recent numbers, from , show the same pattern—17,, or 78 percent of all requests, were for drugs, while just were for terrorism. Because it involves many potential violations of the Fourth Amendment right against unreasonable search and seizure, the tool is supposed to be saved for major crimes, not more routine prosecutions like prostitution. It should take extra steps. These were not children. These were women who held multiple massage and cosmetology licenses.
He said police could record for five days. Instead, she said, it would have shown all of the masseuses opening the spa door with their own keys. Advertisement According to police records, the cameras recorded from Jan. Kraft visited the parlor twice, on Jan. Each time, Kraft arrived in a Bentley with a driver, who waited while Kraft was inside.
On Jan. Both times, according to police records, Kraft paid cash and gave the women hugs. During the stop, according to the filing , Kraft explained that he was the owner of the New England Patriots and had to get to Kansas City the next day, and even showed a Super Bowl ring. Despite the traffic stop, Kraft went back to the spa the next day.