A wonderful montage of people refusing to answer questions at Border Patrol checkpoints.


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A wonderful montage of people refusing to answer questions at Border Patrol checkpoints.

I’ve embedded the montage below the fold. I especially like the one near the end, where the man driving the motor home expressly tells the officer that he is not exiting his vehicle and that they are not getting inside without a warrant. The officer eventually has to back down because that is exactly right: without a warrant they have no right to search his vehicle.

The best however is the last.

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  • Awesome video. I haven’t encountered any Border Patrol, but I regularly tangle with the TSA security guards (they have no arrest power whatsoever). What gives police the right to search our cars and body cavities without a warrant? It’s illegal! Read the US Constitution, 4th Amendment.

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