Executive Order 9066 was a United States presidential executive order signed and issued during World War II by Franklin Roosevelt. It ultimately allowed the placement of Japanese-Americans into internment camps. This practice was not only wrong, but a server infringment on the 4th amendment rights of these citizens for many reasons.
First and foremost, the 4th amendment prohibits the unreasonable searching or seizing. These american citizens had no reason to be suspected other than their ancestry. The government was hysteria fueled and decided the place them in camps away from the public. They unreasonably displaced and transferred the japanese to these camps and blatantly disregarded their 4th amendment rights in the process.
Furthermore, the 4th amendment prohibits the carrying out of search and seizure without a judicially approved warrant. The warrant to place the japanese away was not a judicially sanctioned warrant. It came directly from the president and leading military advisors. The orders by passed all legal routes and completely ignored the 4th amendment rights of the Japanese-Americans. The government ultimately carried out this internment without legal justification and violated the rights of the Japanese.
Moreover, the cases of search and seizure were required by the amendment to also be supported by the principle of probable cause. There was no such cause in the case of the Japanese Americans. They had not once done anything to earn the distrust bestowed upon them by the government. The government ignored the principle of probable cause and tossed all of them into internment camps, Thereby disregarding and violating the rights bestowed upon us by the 4th amendment.
Ultimately, the internment of Japanese-Americans was a severe violation of their 4th amendment rights. They were american citizens and yet they were unlawfully imprisoned and displaced by their military and their government. The 4th amendment prohibits unreasonable searches and seizures and requires any warrant to be judicially sanctioned and supported by probable cause. The government apparently denied these rights to those citizens and did with them as they pleased. Overall, the government and Roosevelt did infringe upon the 4th american rights of some of the American people.