A quick question for those of you that are so offended by my "reasonable" argument.
If my argument is so unreasonable and wrong headed, then why are the terms "reasonable suspicion" and "probable cause" and "what a reasonable officer with the same tenure and experience do" so enshrined in case law and our courts?
Our laws laws are all about being 'reasonable". I'm sure that if you Googled "reasonable / case law", you would not get through all the hits in your life time.
I'm just saying that looking at this from a reasonable perspective is not so out of the box or "unreasonable".