http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-...after-arrest-upheld-by-u-s-supreme-court.html anybody see this or have an opinion? Personally I think it is a bunch of **** and the Supreme court has really failed the US people. I"ve been paying attention as our gov. has stated he wants to start this in our state and I happen to think it's a bad idea and was almost sure the supreme court would find against it. Guess I had more faith in them than I should have. I understand that swabbing a mouth is not invasive by any means to attain DNA. It's nothing in terms of the actual procedure. But what is attained??? I can't think of anything more invasive than taking your DNA. I have no problem with those CONVICTED of felonious crimes having to submit DNA to a national database. I think being able to collect it from anybody who is merely arrested is vastly overstepping boundaries. There is one giant ****ing leap from arrest to conviction. I'm under the opinion that anybody arrested is still a protected US citizen. If they think obtaining DNA at that point is necessary, they should have to present the facts to a judge and get a warrant like anything else. I'm appalled the Supreme Court of our land has just given the stamp of approval to force those merely arrested for a crime to give up their DNA and be added to a national database without a warrant or other procedure. I understand fighting crime is a tough job and but I gotta believe they're better than this.