Unexpected Border Stop and Presumption of Guilt

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For those of you who still think it’s easier to roll over & just answer their questions than exercise your fundamental rights while being detained & interrogated by armed Border Patrol agents at suspicionless checkpoints inside the country, the letter to the editor reprinted from Freedom’s Phoenix below shows the fallacy of this reasoning:

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A Deja Vu Moment. Anderson Found Not Guilty – Again


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As reported on this blog several months ago, all charges against Steven Anderson were initially dismissed with prejudice in Ajo Justice court in December 2009. The story however did not end there.

During court proceedings in 2009, it became obvious a Border Patrol agent lied to Anderson’s attorney(s) regarding the existence of checkpoint guidelines:

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