SR86 Police State Photos – January 2007

I’ve just finished posting photos of various enforcement agencies operating on SR86 in Southern Arizona from January 2007. These photos include the Border Patrol, a recently mobilized Border Detachment from the State Police, a National Guard Border Detachment, and photos of Wackenhut transport buses. Wackenhut was recently contracted to transport Department of Homeland Security detainees … Continue reading “SR86 Police State Photos – January 2007”

Border Patrol Enforcing Traffic Laws With Pennsylvania State Police?

I’ve included an article below highlighting another disturbing trend in the continued careless intermingling of local and federal enforcement agencies. It seems that the U.S. Border Patrol is now working closely with the Pennsylvania State Police, the Ohio State Patrol and the New York State Police in a crackdown on so-called aggressive driving, impaired driving … Continue reading “Border Patrol Enforcing Traffic Laws With Pennsylvania State Police?”

Upholding our Constitutional Rights Too Unorthodox for Supreme Court of the United States

While I have much to say about Rick Rynearson’s treatment at the hands of jack-booted Border Patrol thugs at internal suspicionless roadblocks and black-robed judicial thugs in the judicial system, I’ll let Rick speak for himself….

Police Defendants Pay $210,000 To Settle Illegal Roadblock Lawsuit

3,451 days after being seized, detained, dragged out of my vehicle & arrested at an illegal general law enforcement roadblock conducted by Tohono O’odham Police Dept. officers with the assistance of Senior Special U.S. Customs agents along with dozens of U.S. Border Patrol agents, Checkpoint USA’s lawsuit has finally settled for $210,000 exactly 3,087 days … Continue reading “Police Defendants Pay $210,000 To Settle Illegal Roadblock Lawsuit”

Atlanta Sobriety Checkpoint Claims Another Victim of Police Authoritarianism

14 Sep 2010 UPDATE: Here’s an email update I recently received from Mr. Williams regarding his case: In court yesterday the city of Atlanta dropped the “disorderly conduct” charge and bound the “driving without a license” charge over to state court. I will now be able to present my case before a jury. Time to … Continue reading “Atlanta Sobriety Checkpoint Claims Another Victim of Police Authoritarianism”

Lawsuits Involving Local Police Working For DHS Highlighted By The Identity Project

[At the request of USBP Agent Roman (right), TOPD officer R. Carrasco cites Checkpoint USA for impeding traffic at a Homeland Security checkpoint. The charge was dismissed in court several months later] In an article titled, DHS accomplices face legal liability, Checkpoint USA’s seven year lawsuit against several tribal police officers was recently mentioned on … Continue reading “Lawsuits Involving Local Police Working For DHS Highlighted By The Identity Project”

D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals Strikes Down Police Roadblocks

Good news for those who value our Right to Travel. On July 10, 2009, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia overturned a lower court ruling regarding the legality of a regime of police checkpoints conducted in Washington, D.C. last year (see video above along with my previous post on this subject). … Continue reading “D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals Strikes Down Police Roadblocks”

Public Pressure Effects Washington State Checkpoints

Over the past year, I’ve blogged about the increased Border Patrol presence in Washington State along with the agency’s use of internal suspicionless checkpoints. The use of these random checkpoints targeting domestic traffic away from the border resulted in a large public outcry along with organized resistance. It now looks like public pressure in Washington … Continue reading “Public Pressure Effects Washington State Checkpoints”