CheckPoint Charlies In the Good 'Ole USA

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CheckPoint Charlies In the Good 'Ole USA

Post by KaptainSteve on Sat May 10, 2008 7:39 pm

Checkpoints like this, either "immigration" or "DUI," are simply to condition Americans to get used to the police state.


YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BE DETAINED AS PER THE 4TH AMENDMENT AND DO NOT HAVE TO ANSWER THEIR QUESTIONS AS PER THE 5TH AMENDEMENT! Watch this to see EXACTLY how to handle it!



This is a GREAT video. Anyone who has a
problem with how this checkpoint was handled has a
problem with the 4th and 5th Amendments of the
Constitution of the U.S.A.. It must be stated from
the outset though that these techniques only apply
at checkpoints inside (as opposed to those on borders)
the USA and only if you are being detained with for no
other reasons (probable cause, reasonable suspicion, a
warrant, a suspended license or registration or a
motor vehicle violation). In otherwords, just part of a
random check stop.

The 4th Amendment gives you the right not to be
stopped and questioned (or "detained") PERIOD. Yes, I know
the Supreme Court has said the DUI checkpoints are
Constitutionally legal because they promote the
"general welfare," but let's face it, that is not what
the 4th Amendment is about. Read Mark Levin's book
"Men In Black" to see how the Supreme Court has virtually
taken over this country. Also, If you are stopped they can
ONLY detain you only long enough to ask their couple of
questions and after that, it's considered harassment and/or
detainment which is illegal. In other words, if they detain
you more than what is necessary to get their 2 questions
out, then it has crossed over into "arresting" you and then you have
your 5th Amendment rights to remain silent. The 5th
Amendment gives you the right to NOT answer their
questions if you are being "detained." And, if you are not
being "detained" then you must be free to go!
Once you are being detained then you are in the
process of becoming arrested and according the 5th
Amendment means you DO NOT have to answer ANY
questions (other than name). And, once it's been
established that you are NOT being detained (by asking
them if you are being detained and they don't say yes), then
you are free to go.

I should note that the Hiibel case says if asked, you must
give your name (and nothing else) through.

All Americans should make it a point to handle
every immigration or DUI checkpoint the same way.
I use the same technique (repeating the line
"Am I free to go or am I being detained"
to every question. It's your absolute
constitutional right to do this as well as your
OBLIGATION as someone who loves your freedom and
our great Constitution. If the officials at the
checkpoint do not like this then they do not honor
the Constitution of which they are sworn to
uphold.

Harassment, Pure & Simple. Watch the A-hole Federal Agents in this video. They know who this guy is (you can clearly hear them say "Hi Terry" yet they continue to ask him if he is a US citizen. Everyone, and I mean EVERYONE, should handle all DUI and Immigration road blocks the same way.

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Post by Admin on Mon May 19, 2008 6:10 pm

Can someone, for the life of me, explain why we need immigration checkpoints 50 miles or so inland and NOT on the border???
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