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Old 12-22-2013, 08:22 PM #1
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Strip searched by a cop

Let's say you had no cellphone and weren't carrying anything illegal.

A cop pulls you over for no reason in the middle of nowhere, claims it smells like weed and wants you to get naked for an anal search.

Would you let him have his way with you?
If not, what would you do?
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are u serious?

in which country did/should that happend?

was/is that cop alone? - if he is i wouldn´t give a f**k on anything he wants...

i donno what opinions u have in your country, but in mine, an alone cop couldn´t get the shit out of me....

sorry my english is not the best, but again, are you serious? - this sounds like a bad ass movie

that notion is kinda sad if rly a cop would abuse exception


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How much weed can you shove up your ass?

That's a pretty far fetched scenario.

You've got more problems than just weed if you're being strip searched in the middle of nowhere.

I'd be pretty wary, especially if he has both hands on your shoulders during the "search".
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Let's say you had no cellphone and weren't carrying anything illegal.

A cop pulls you over for no reason in the middle of nowhere, claims it smells like weed and wants you to get naked for an anal search.

Would you let him have his way with you?
If not, what would you do?
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How much weed can you shove up your ass?

That's a pretty far fetched scenario.
It's not that far fetched.
Those kind of things happen way more often than you'd like to think.

Example, some fat 46 years old cop pulls over a young and good looking girl for an unprotected vaginal search.

There are tons of videos about this kind of shit on the internet.
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Dire Civil Liberties Predictions For 2014

As we come to the end of a year that saw revelations about massive government spying programs, horrifying stories of police abuse, and brazen violations of the Fourth Amendment, I thought I might offer my own grim predictions about where civil liberties are headed in the coming year. Sure, some of these may seem outlandish. But to borrow from H.L. Mencken, nobody ever went broke underestimating the grade and lubriciousness of the slippery slope.

So I predict the following for 2014:

1. Not content with their current powers to employ drug dogs and dubious accusations to engage in asset forfeiture shakedowns of motorists, some states will pass laws making it illegal to have a space in your car where drugs could possibly be hidden, regardless of whether or not you've actually hidden any drugs in those spaces.

2. Also on the forfeiture front: Taking the private prison idea one step further, prosecutors will begin hiring private security firms to pull over motorists in order to seize property for the local government. And they'll get to keep a cut of what they take.

3. Now that they've turned America's cities into surveillance societies, city officials will incredibly claim, incredibly, that using similar cameras to prevent abuse by law enforcement officers would be a violation of police officers' civil rights.

4. Big Brother will begin watching you in toilet stalls -- in order to prevent you from having illegal public sex in them.

5. Governments at all levels will start using license plate scanners to keep lists of who attends protests, political rallies, advocacy group meetings and -- yes -- even worship services.

6. It may soon become a crime merely to be in the general area where police believe other people are committing crimes.

7. It will become a crime for the police to mistakenly shoot at you while you are unarmed -- and not a crime by the police, but a crime by you.

8. College campus SWAT teams will begin protecting themselves against land mines. Not because there are any landmines on college campuses. Just because. Also, college campuses will have their own SWAT teams.

9. Speaking of SWAT teams, the police will begin using them to enforce zoning laws and property codes. In fact, in some places, the police will begin using SWAT teams to serve all felony search warrants, regardless of the crime.

10. The government will spy on you through that little camera hole in your laptop.

11. Zero tolerance policies in schools will reach new heights in absurdity, as children are suspended for using imaginary weapons.

12. Judges will start issuing warrants based on predictions of future crimes.

13. Local governments will ban people from growing food on their own property, for their own consumption.

14. Police will finally give up any pretense about "protect and serve," and just explicitly declare that they are now soldiers, and American neighborhoods are "battlefields."

15. Some states will begin paying allegedly independent crime lab analysts based on how many convictions they help prosecutors to win.


16. College kids suspected of underage drinking will be treated as if they were violent felons who had just escaped from prison.

17. Law enforcement officers will prey on the mentally disabled, tricking or coercing them into becoming pawns for gun or drug stings, then arresting them for it.

18. NSA records will be utilized by law enforcement agencies for purposes that have nothing to do with national security -- like drug investigations. The government will then destroy any records showing how those investigations actually began.

19. So long as they can plausibly claim that they're looking for a suspected cop killer, the police will basically be given carte blanche to open fire on innocent people.

20. Taking videos of your young kids playing in the bath will be cause for prosecutors to bring child pornography charges against you, effectively ruining your life and ending your career.


So as you've probably guessed by now -- especially if you clicked on the links -- the gag here is that none of these are actually predictions. They all happened in 2013. (A couple in 2012.)

I will make one real prediction for 2014: It's probably going to get worse.
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Dire Civil Liberties Predictions For 2014

As we come to the end of a year that saw revelations about massive government spying programs, horrifying stories of police abuse, and brazen violations of the Fourth Amendment, I thought I might offer my own grim predictions about where civil liberties are headed in the coming year. Sure, some of these may seem outlandish. But to borrow from H.L. Mencken, nobody ever went broke underestimating the grade and lubriciousness of the slippery slope.

So I predict the following for 2014:

1. Not content with their current powers to employ drug dogs and dubious accusations to engage in asset forfeiture shakedowns of motorists, some states will pass laws making it illegal to have a space in your car where drugs could possibly be hidden, regardless of whether or not you've actually hidden any drugs in those spaces.

2. Also on the forfeiture front: Taking the private prison idea one step further, prosecutors will begin hiring private security firms to pull over motorists in order to seize property for the local government. And they'll get to keep a cut of what they take.

3. Now that they've turned America's cities into surveillance societies, city officials will incredibly claim, incredibly, that using similar cameras to prevent abuse by law enforcement officers would be a violation of police officers' civil rights.

4. Big Brother will begin watching you in toilet stalls -- in order to prevent you from having illegal public sex in them.

5. Governments at all levels will start using license plate scanners to keep lists of who attends protests, political rallies, advocacy group meetings and -- yes -- even worship services.

6. It may soon become a crime merely to be in the general area where police believe other people are committing crimes.

7. It will become a crime for the police to mistakenly shoot at you while you are unarmed -- and not a crime by the police, but a crime by you.

8. College campus SWAT teams will begin protecting themselves against land mines. Not because there are any landmines on college campuses. Just because. Also, college campuses will have their own SWAT teams.

9. Speaking of SWAT teams, the police will begin using them to enforce zoning laws and property codes. In fact, in some places, the police will begin using SWAT teams to serve all felony search warrants, regardless of the crime.

10. The government will spy on you through that little camera hole in your laptop.

11. Zero tolerance policies in schools will reach new heights in absurdity, as children are suspended for using imaginary weapons.

12. Judges will start issuing warrants based on predictions of future crimes.

13. Local governments will ban people from growing food on their own property, for their own consumption.

14. Police will finally give up any pretense about "protect and serve," and just explicitly declare that they are now soldiers, and American neighborhoods are "battlefields."

15. Some states will begin paying allegedly independent crime lab analysts based on how many convictions they help prosecutors to win.


16. College kids suspected of underage drinking will be treated as if they were violent felons who had just escaped from prison.

17. Law enforcement officers will prey on the mentally disabled, tricking or coercing them into becoming pawns for gun or drug stings, then arresting them for it.

18. NSA records will be utilized by law enforcement agencies for purposes that have nothing to do with national security -- like drug investigations. The government will then destroy any records showing how those investigations actually began.

19. So long as they can plausibly claim that they're looking for a suspected cop killer, the police will basically be given carte blanche to open fire on innocent people.

20. Taking videos of your young kids playing in the bath will be cause for prosecutors to bring child pornography charges against you, effectively ruining your life and ending your career.


So as you've probably guessed by now -- especially if you clicked on the links -- the gag here is that none of these are actually predictions. They all happened in 2013. (A couple in 2012.)

I will make one real prediction for 2014: It's probably going to get worse.

at least half of those are already true somewhere - just not on a federal level
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Old 12-22-2013, 11:28 PM #9
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The feds are where the cities get their money so they just acquiesce and get paid.

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Even that Thomas Kelly guy who was beaten to death by fullerton police,was found in court to have killed himself ! Of course he was murdered, but if you got a badge then its ok.

They are literally deporting the homeless into fema camps as well ,so don't be poor and everything will be ok.

They will wait till no one is watching them and try again.
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They cant leave and they cant eat and are poorer than when they came in hmmm I guess we can officially call it a death trap.

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I would look for that ashton dude and cameras and think I got punked. if I dint see cameras then I would get mad. aint saying any more.
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