W.D.Pa.: Asst prosecutors at an investigation don’t get immunity for 4A violation they observed and allegedly condoned

Assistant prosecutors involved in an investigation do not get prosecutorial immunity for silence in the face of an alleged Fourth Amendment violation in their presence they allegedly condone.
Fogle v. Pa. State Police, 2018 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 217701 (W.D. Pa. Dec. 28, 2018).

A weapons frisk of passengers in the car was based on reasonable suspicion from previous knowledge of them including a prior incident with violence and backseat passengers who were reaching for things. State v. Hitsman, 2018-Ohio-5315, 2018 Ohio App. LEXIS 5632 (9th Dist. Dec. 31, 2018).*

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