TSA Checkpoints

  • creeping panther

    TSA Checkpoints

    On Tenessee highways?? Anyone see this or hear of it.

    Ron Paul just wrote an article blasting this new program by the “Buzz Cut Boyz”.

    WTF!
    CP

  • Billy C1

     

    Quote: creeping panther said:
    On Tenessee highways?? Anyone see this or hear of it.

    Ron Paul just wrote an article blasting this new program by the “Buzz Cut Boyz”.

    WTF!
    CP

    Highly explosive moonshine?????

    BillyC1

  • Machinist

     

    Quote: Billy C1 said:
    Highly explosive moonshine?????

    BillyC1

    I-40 is already clogged with hwypatrol and the DEA fighting over the drug cash heading back south. Now the TSA….lol… do they get to keep the cash they believe came from drug activities also???
    WTF is right!!!

    Machinist

  • zengrifter

     

    Quote: creeping panther said:
    On Tenessee highways?? Anyone see this or hear of it.

    Yes. Its a new TSA initiative – spread across the state/ zg

  • aslan

     

    Paul’s article says:

    Quote:
    As with TSA’s random searches at airports, these roadside searches are not based on any actual suspicion of criminal activity or any factual evidence of wrongdoing whatsoever by those detained. They are, in effect, completely random. So first we are told by the U.S. Supreme Court that American citizens have no 4th amendment protections at border crossings, even when standing on U.S. soil. Now TSA takes the next logical step and simply detains and searches U.S. citizens at wholly internal checkpoints.

    http://paul.house.gov/ (Link is dead)

  • aslan

     

    Quote: Machinist said:
    I-40 is already clogged with hwypatrol and the DEA fighting over the drug cash heading back south. Now the TSA….lol… do they get to keep the cash they believe came from drug activities also???
    WTF is right!!!

    Machinist

    Translation: For cover, drive a Cooper or a Prius, and always drive under the speed limit. You could carry any illegal contraband with this cover. A Pomeranian in the passenger front seat makes this camo impenetrable. TSA will be clueless.

    The other option is, drive a large red Hummer, dress in Arab garb, and carry a stack of taped up cardboard boxes in the back seat. In addition, go 15 miles over the speed limit, change lanes without signaling, and keep you high beams on at all times. This is called “hiding in plain sight.” It is currently being deployed in all major airports with 100% success.

  • shadroch

     

    TSA has no legal right to pull you over or ticket you. Believe it or not, if they find illegal drugs on you at a airport security checkpoint, they can’t detain you. you have the legal right to exit the checkpoint, dispose of the drugs and then come back to the checkpoint. At that point, they do have the right to refuse you access to the flight, but thats it.

  • aslan

     

    Quote: shadroch said:
    TSA has no legal right to pull you over or ticket you. Believe it or not, if they find illegal drugs on you at a airport security checkpoint, they can’t detain you. you have the legal right to exit the checkpoint, dispose of the drugs and then come back to the checkpoint. At that point, they do have the right to refuse you access to the flight, but thats it.

    I wonder how many drivers they will pull over before someone actually takes them to court and gets this procedure banned? One of my clients paid the IRS over $2,000 extra because the IRS had inadvertently lost his Schedule A. I explained it all to him, but his irrational fear of the IRS compelled him to send them the check they requested rather than supply the missing form.

  • tthree

     

    Quote: aslan said:
    Paul’s article says:

    http://paul.house.gov/ (Link is dead)

    We are living in a police state. The sheeple just go along with it. The terrorists win when they disrupt our normal life. That is their goal. Our government is handing them the win.

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