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I find it funny that some of the ones standing so steadfast on the 2nd amendment are willing to throw out the 4th amendment. I guess we can just pick and choose how we want to enforce the constitution?
Nothing of the sort. There are just some of us that feel differently than you about what probably cause should be.
So in this example, a person committed a crime (fight/assault) close to 20 yrs ago, received his punishment and now you're saying that the cops should be able to pull him over just because they feel like it? Why should we stop with felons?
For an example, a person has a possession of marijuana from 20 yrs ago, why shouldn't the cop just pull them over anytime they feel like it?
It's a very slippery slop.
What a joke.. so someone who made a mistake in their life should autmatically be assumed as a threat, and be pulled over constantly? You cannot be serious. Do you know how many people have broken the law and gotten away with things like that? Point being, people make mistakes and shouldn't pay it for forever if they have changed their life,etc.
Now if the cop had seen something suspcicious, ok, fine. But pulling people over and searching their car because they have a record? Pathetic.
Thank you, agree 100%. He wants someone pulled over solely because of something that happened a long time ago? Yet the thousands of people who get in bar fights and get no charges should be allowed to drive without suspicion.
A good Cop knows the cars normally in that area during his shift. A car not normally in the area is there at 4 am. He knows the paper boys vehicles, people going to and from work.
He sees a car he is not used to, that is suspicious and he runs the tags and see's the owner is a felon. He does not get a complete history on why he is a convicted felon. He see's the new owner and that he has a reason to be there and most likely he will not get pulled over again.
I got pulled over when I first started going to work at 5am, He knew my car and knew I did not normally go to work so early, he thought the car might be stolen. Now the officer knows my car and waves each morning as I pass him as he is riding thru the neighborhood.
Is this Russia? This isn't Russia is it danny?
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