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Homeland Security Check Point

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    Homeland Security Check Point

    In case you didn't see this. It's a Homeland Security check point 50 miles from the border.

    LiveLeak.com - Rejecting Authority at Police State Checkpoint


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    Good, I'm glad to see that the Border Patrol is doing their part to help prevent illegal immigration. Would it have been that hard for the guy to say that he is a US citizen...
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    Wow, what a tool.

    Nice job by the agent keeping her cool dealing with this obnoxious subject.

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    That guy was a JERK. 'Nuff said. I feel sorry for the agents, having to deal with bozos like that. Scheeeesh!

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    I have seen other videos this clown has posted. He just goes around looking for LEO's to harass. I wish she would have just tased his butt. They are trying to do their job, and this idiot drives through their checkpoint just to cause trouble.
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    Correct me if I'm a little inexperienced here...but why didn't she just say, "Yes sir, you are being detained, please pull over to the secondary check station!"
    She allowed this dufus to prodceed with ALL of his 'nukes'???...

    Any security types here to add their $.02?
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    Uhhhh, I'd have tasered him, pulled him thru the window and imprinted my size 15 Magnum Hi-Tek in his forehead (no job is that important to endure such cr-p) ....if he's American he needs to learn how to greet his countrymen (and in this case, women)....if he's Canadian or from anywhere else.....he needs a month or so at our all inclusive tropical resort in Gitmo.....

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    "Yes, sir, you are being detain. Now, pull over and exit your vehicle! Keep you hands where I can see them."

    That guys sounds like someone that has something to hide and he isn't leaving tell I am convinced he does not.

    The Border Agent should not have let him control the encounter.

    Here the Border Patrol is doing what we expect them to do, protect our borders and this jerk is jeaponizing everyone's safety for his own perverted agenda.

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    The 'Border Patrol' was a little outside their jurisdiction...as in, not at the border. I thought it was funny. The agency was conducting a 'feel good' stop to help 'enforce' the law for 'immigration' but their agents knew they had no authority to do so...which is why she let him go through.

    You guys can applaud the police state however you want. I think I might start carrying a video camera in my front seat.

    She didn't have the authority to stop him, she didn't have the authority to arrest him, she didn't have the authority to 'detain him'. In fact, she had no idea what she was doing.

    I would hate to see what would happen if a hardened criminal came through that check point. Ms. Border Patrol would have ended up dead.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kerbouchard View Post
    The 'Border Patrol' was a little outside their jurisdiction...as in, not at the border.
    Um, no.

    The Border Patrol has federal jurisdiction throughout the country.

    They are not "out of their jurisdiction" because they are x feet from the border.

    The guy was just a rude, arrogant tool.

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    We have apermanent Border Patrol check station about 60 miles north of the border on highway 281 and numerous roving patrols,with being evasive as he was they had every right to detain until they identified him and whether he may of had contraband
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    Ok... am I the only one here that see's this guy actaully standing up for his 4th and 5th Amendment rights? He has no duty to answer any police questions. It doesn't matter if he is innocent or guilty. If a cop asks me what I'm doing wrong I don't have to answer because I would waive my 5th Amendment rights by doing so. I would make it easy for them to prove my guilt.

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    No Pro2A you're not. Look, if you want to have a checkpoint that's all well and good. However, when a citizen WITHIN HIS RIGHTS refuses to be searched, asks if he is being detained, asks if he is free to go and the LEO doesn't answer why do people see that as OK. If the citizen refused to answer LEO types would have a conniption. No citizen must surrender to a search and she was trying to use the intimidation of the badge to get him to surrender by stalling. She could have easily told him he was being detained, but there must be suspicion to detain. She could have pulled him over and cuffed him, but by doing that she ahs violated his rights for standing up for his rights.

    Don't get me wrong, I hate illegal immigration, but I WILL NOT!!!!!!!!! Surrender my rights to stop it. Figure out another way, call it an invasion and shoot them as they cross.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dukalmighty View Post
    We have apermanent Border Patrol check station about 60 miles north of the border on highway 281 and numerous roving patrols,with being evasive as he was they had every right to detain until they identified him and whether he may of had contraband
    She should have detained him for being evasive! As an added bonus they could tear his truck apart looking for contriband, I mean torn it apart in peices!! Then told him to take his junk truck and scram. What a jerk!
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    Quote Originally Posted by flagflyfish View Post
    She should have detained him for being evasive! As an added bonus they could tear his truck apart looking for contriband, I mean torn it apart in peices!! Then told him to take his junk truck and scram. What a jerk!
    The guy didn't do a good job of making his point, but would you let that lady into your house to look for contraband? I see no difference.

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