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Eric Buddington

I think your title is hyperbolic; the officer (undercover) was invited into the home by the defendant, and secretly recorded a transaction there.

I don't think it's surprising that the police can enter any home when invited. I'm less happy about the secret recording; here in Massachusetts, it's a crime to secretly record a conversation, even by one of the parties involved, even when the recordee is an official on the job.

My personal morality says that the police should need a warrant to do anything that would be illegal for me to do.

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