Duncan v. Kahanamoku
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Therefore, even though the powers of the executive including the president’s authority are always paramount, there is necessity that such authorities or actions be supported by pre-conditions fueling such actions (Robinson, 2009). As in the Duncan’s case, the civilian must never be seen to be threatened by the security that should actually protect them. It should be noted such actions constitutes to violation of human right as provided for in the constitution; thus, they should be evaded at all costs.