In Massachusetts Judge Judith Dein ruled that agents of the ATF of Waco Infamy may force the fingers of defendant Robert Brito-Pina or anyone else found on his properties in order to unlock their electronic devices (archived). An ATF stooge begging before the Judge's decision offered that his victims:
often use cellular telephones to acquire or sell illegal guns
and that cellular phones are
normally maintained for reasonably long periods of time because they are expensive, can often be subject to long-term contracts that contain substantial penalties for early termination, can store large amounts of information, and do not easily wear out.
to justify is broad spectrum finger forcing desires.