Leeland Eisenberg, the alleged suspect in the Hillary Clinton campaign office hostage situation, has a history of challenging the police. In March, he led an outcry against a Rochester, New Hampshire police practice of leaving warning sheets in unlocked vehicles.
"What they're doing is going around during the middle of the night under the pretense they're looking out for your property rights and they're telling you 'we found your car unlocked and you should always lock your car and valuables up, don't be a victim of property crime,'" Eisenberg said. "Well, I just was a victim of property crime; you entered my vehicle unlawfully without a warrant."
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