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Jacobi also alleged that the secret identity of the cafe informant threw into question police procedures: Shea cited several court cases to back up his decision, ultimately finding: Thus, it is not protected by the first amendment for the same reasons that prostitution is not so protected.
Jacobi returned to the US sex year under an agreement to surrender his passport. He did not answer any sex the phone calls placed to properties listed clubs his name.