Not probable cause for a search?

Both from Harper’s Weekly Review:

If what’s below didn’t pass muster as probable cause for a legal search, what was Comey and the FBI doing with the laptop emails?*

A judge in British Columbia ruled that the Royal Canadian Mounted Police acted unlawfully when they arrested a man on suspicion of having heroin in his rectum because a jar of lotion in his car had a finger-sized scoop removed.

And I’d love to read the affidavit for this search warrant:

A five-year-old racehorse named Party Till Dawn tested positive for methamphetamine.

*Yes, yes I do realize Canada does not have our Bill of Rights.

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