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Justin Bieber remains under heat over the egg scandal

Justin Bieber's troubles are not over yet, even though it may have appeared the egg throwing incident would be left behind him after a recent police raid came up with no evidence against him. As the police nevertheless continue to play up the allegations against Bieber to appear as if the alleged eggs must have been some kind of mini nukes infused with chemical weapons by the Al Qaeda, Bieber remains under duress. Bieber is worried cops may find naked photos and drug discussions on his seized smartphone, according to TMZ on Jan. 16, 2014.

Singer Justin Bieber at the premiere of Open Road Films' 'Justin Bieber's Believe' in Los Angeles, California.
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These are the kind of fears which begin to roll over when you undermine someone's basic human rights like this. A careful review of the video which the police used as an excuse to get the search warrant on Bieber's house actually shows up no convincing evidence of anything dealing with Bieber. This leaves open a consideration that maybe the police or other Bieber haters manufactured the video to give them grounds to get that search warrant, with hopes they could than come up with something else to ruin Bieber.

When cops searched Bieber's home on Tuesday, they seized his cell phone. This was taken right out of his hands. Cops say they are looking for text messages which could incriminate him in the egg throwing fiasco. The cops say they want to know if Bieber bragged about the incident via text messages. One cop called what they are searching for as a "text high 5." Meanwhile, sources say Bieber is worried about naked photos and drug discussions on his phone. It appears this is the kind of personal stuff a good judge would declare irrelevant and inadmissible as evidence in a court of law.

News of the Bieber scandal has hit the international press, with the Irish Independent also reporting Bieber is allegedly worried police may find naked photos on his cell phone. So even in far off Ireland people must be wondering if this is what justice and freedom is all about in the United States. As we can now anticipate more worldwide press coverage of the Bieber affair, there have also been rumors Bieber may be worried he could be thrown out of the United States.

Frankly, it appears international opinion will probably support the position that instead Bieber should want to leave a country which has violated his human rights so horribly and disgraced him based on nothing much more than subjective concepts of morality. A lot of us would be proud of him if he decided on his own to return home to Canada and raised the Canadian flag proudly.

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