Police said that they pulled Phillip over to search because his vehicle's windows were illegally tinted, and that they could smell marijuana coming from the auto, according to the station.
The man, Linus Phillip, was pulled over by Largo police for illegally tinted windows. They showed up with Phillip's pone and attempted to unlock the device by holding the dead man's hands up so his finger could touch the phone's fingerprint reader. Steiner withdrew his weapon and fired in self-defense according to the Largo Police Department. As it turned out, the detectives were unsuccessful in unlocking the device.
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According to reports, police in Florida attended the funeral of the person that they shot, but it wasn't so much to pay their respects but rather it was an attempt to gain access to the corpse where they tried to use the corpse's fingerprints to try and unlock his phone. "I just felt so disrespected and violated", Armstrong says.
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Charles Rose, a professor at Stetson University College of Law, tells the Tampa Bay Times dead people can't assert their Fourth Amendment protections because you can't own property when you're dead.
"The law has been most cruel, really unforgiving to a dead person", Nwabueze told the Times.
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An unlocked iPhone was found on his person - but in the hours after his death as police sought access to his phone, the iPhone went to sleep, and when it reopened, it required a passcode. "It provides no entitlement or legal rights after death to a deceased person".