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Originally Posted by coolguy742 Thats like saying "put a lock on your car so they can't search it". If the officer has trainable cause or a warrant they can sure...
06-25-2011, 04:58 PM #21
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06-25-2011, 08:09 PM #23
Let an officer strip search you and take off all your clothes on the highway if that would be his method of choice if you have nothing to hide. And you have to do it with no if, ands or butts (even tho you would be showing a full moon, pun :/ )
Oh and to add to that, they have to do a cavity search on you. At this point if you have any question, think carefully and Im sure you can put the piece of the puzzle together. Might be a harsh analogy, but its the same principle and point that guy is trying to make.
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06-29-2011, 12:44 AM #25
Maybe this article doesn't quite articulate what's going on here, but the information is presented in such a way that one would have to assume that the police in Arizona have a bad habit of acting unprofessionally, or even illegally, and these apps make them nervous because their power over any situation they might encounter may be reduced, at least to the point where the citizen they're dealing with is in full control of their LEGAL rights, which if you do any research you'll realize that these are the same rights police officers are trained to talk you into giving up, even if you never had the intention to do so.