Michael Nellis writes \"The King County Library System settled out of court for seizure by the police of two computers. The police wanted to search the computers for kiddie porn but took them without a warrant.
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The settlement states that the computers can be put back into service Wednesday.The city paid $30,000 toward the library system\'s attorney fees and $670 to cover costs incurred by the library system as a result of the lawsuit.
\"We expect we would have the library\'s attorneys challenging everything we try to do,\" police spokesman Paul Petersen said. \"Besides, our computer forensic folks have told us that, with the way the library manages its software, we may not be able to find the information we need.\"