Chris Barrish at the NJ asked on his Facebook page:
To Delaware readers: o readers: Why do you think Wilmington police have been so close-lipped on this arrest? http://delonline.us/y6kdnE
I liked my own answer even though it was not specific to his question about this arrest:
It has been decided and seemingly accepted that the “police blotter” is confidential and the public is no longer generally entitled to know who is being arrested and for what. This discretion allows politicians and bureaucrats to reward their friends and punish their enemies. Any attempt to circumvent this power is not likely to be met with cooperation. Government is not in the business of giving up power that it has successfully usurped.
Who would have thought that a Democrat President would insist on a provision that allowed him and future Presidents to order an American citizen to be incarcerated indefinitely without trial.
“A free society is a dangerous place; the more free it is, the more dangerous it is. I would rather live in freedom and danger than in slavery and safety.”