4th amendment presentation

In The Genius of Mechanical Flying, there is a man in the top right corner “flying” and therefore being able to see everything. This represents my article because even though the police have a warrant to search property, the people living there didn’t know (or like) that the warrant would allow drones.
In Reaching For The Light, the person is trying to get the light, but since he has nothing to grab it with, he can’t get it. The painting is an example of how the 4th Amendment works. If the police don’t have a warrant, they can’t get into your house.
In Kamtschatka Rose, it shows how roses have thorns on them to protect them from being easily picked or brushed through.. This represents how the 4th amendment protects us from being easily searched for no reason or without a warrant (just like you need gloves/tools to remove a rose).
In Aquarium, the shark is taken from its home so people can look at the shark in captivity. This is therefore the 4th Amendment to an extreme because even though the people that took the shark out of the aquarium wanted to protect the shark, they put it in a see-through tank to be used as entertainment, which infringes on the shark’s privacy
In Rembrandt's Red Bedroom, there is a bedroom full of butterflies flitting around everywhere. This is an example of the 4th Amendment can easily turn bad. Even if the police had a warrant, it doesn't mean they can tear your house apart and cause havoc, like the butterflies.
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