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  • dev199108
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    car reverse parking camera with display price in india

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  • federale86
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    Abortion is legal and according to the Supreme Court not killing. So, since no abortion results in a coroners inquest, then abortion is not killing. QED. Therefore the stop and the seizure by the police officer and the questioning by the SS was illegal and a violation of 18 USC 242 and 18 USC 241. The police officer and SS agents are also liable under 43 USC 1983, and the SS are also liable under Bivens v. Six Unknow Bureau of Narcotics Agents.

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  • ProudUSC
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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by ZanalystAdoc:
    Ya he does, If I were him I would defently be suing. Because this stupid cop doesn't know the meaning of a word this guy had his home invaded by the feds, and that is not right. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

    Totally agree.

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  • ZanalystAdoc
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    Ya he does, If I were him I would defently be suing. Because this stupid cop doesn't know the meaning of a word this guy had his home invaded by the feds, and that is not right.

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  • ProudUSC
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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by davdah:
    Not so much the idea that the sign was political or not. More so about what abortion is. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

    But the word abort doesn't always mean 'kill'. It can mean to stop something from happening - like when they abort a mission into space. So, the guy's sign could have meant Stop Obama. I believe the guy has grounds for a lawsuit.

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  • MakeItRight!
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    Those Within Authority, Rarely Keep an open mind!! Incarcerate First, Ask later!!! Many That are Given the power, rarely Use Common sense!!!
    Many these Days Have NONE!!! Power thing!

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  • MakeItRight!
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    More Constitutional rights to be Violated, Coming soon. Things Have Changed, Just Look at Each day and the Out of the norm occurrences.

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  • ProudUSC
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    While I think the sign was in bad taste, I think the police officer overstepped his boundaries here. Sounds like the guy's constitutional rights were violated. Look out for a future law suit on this one.

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  • federale86
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    Reasonable? Not likely, as it is clearly a poltiical statement and there is no evidence of mens rea or ability to commit the crime. Clearly the officer was acting out his political fantacies of arresting Obama opponents.

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  • federale86
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    The next step is shooting his dogs, killing his wife and kids, then burning down his church. ATFE calling and boy is your day ruined.

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  • federale86
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    The coming police state. Jackbooted government thugs will attack you for criticizing the illegal alien president.

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  • SonofMichael
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    Censorship in Obama's America

    OKC officer pulls man over for anti-Obama sign on vehicle
    By McClatchy-Tribune Information Services
    Published: February 19, 2009Buzz up!

    An Oklahoma City police officer wrongly pulled over a man last week and confiscated an anti-President Barack Obama sign the man had on his vehicle.

    The officer misinterpreted the sign as threatening, said Capt. Steve McCool, of the Oklahoma City Police Department, and took the sign, which read "Abort Obama, not the unborn."

    Chip Harrison said he was driving to work when a police car followed him for several miles and then signaled for him to pull over.

    ''I pulled over, knowing I hadn't done anything wrong," Harrison said in a recent phone interview.

    When the officer asked Harrison if he knew why he had been pulled over, Harrison said he did not.

    ''They said, 'It's because of the sign in your window,'" Harrison said.

    ''It's not meant to be a threat, it's a statement about abortion," Harrison said.

    He said he disagrees with the president's position on abortion.

    ''I asked the officer, 'Do you know what abort means?'" Harrison said. "He said, 'Yeah, it means to kill.' I said, 'No, it means to remove or terminate.'"

    Harrison said his sign was to be interpreted as saying something like: Remove Obama from office, not unborn babies from the womb.

    The officers confiscated Harrison's sign and gave him a slip of paper that stated he was part of an investigation.

    Harrison said he later received a call from a person who said he was a lieutenant supervisor for the Internal Investigations Department and wanted to know his location and return his sign to him.

    According to Harrison, the supervisor said the Secret Service had been contacted on the matter and had told them the sign was not a threat to the president.

    Harrison was asked if he would like to file a complaint. He said he was not sure but would take the paperwork, just in case.

    But his run-in with the law wasn't over yet.

    ''The Secret Service called and said they were at my house," Harrison said.

    After talking to his attorney, Harrison went home where he met the Secret Service.

    ''When I was on my way there, the Secret Service called me and said they weren't going to ransack my house or anything ... they just wanted to (walk through the house) and make sure I wasn't a part of any hate groups."

    Harrison said he invited the Secret Service agents into the house and they were "very cordial."

    ''We walked through the house and my wife and 2-year-old were in the house," Harrison said.

    He said they interviewed him for about 30 minutes and then left, not finding any evidence Harrison was a threat to the president.

    ''I'm still in contact with a lawyer right now," Harrison said. "I don't know what I'm going to do."

    Harrison said he feels his First Amendment rights were violated.

    McCool said the officer who pulled over Harrison misinterpreted the sign.

    ''We had an officer that his interpretation of the sign was different than what was meant," McCool said. "You've got an officer who had a different thought on what the word 'abort' meant."

    McCool said the sign basically meant Obama should be impeached and it was not a threat.

    ''(The officer) shouldn't have taken the sign," McCool said. "That was (Harrison's) First Amendment right to voice his concern."

    McCool said although the sign should not have been confiscated, the situation was made right in the end.

    ''We always try to do the right thing and in the end we believe we did the right thing by returning the sign," McCool said.

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  • SonofMichael
    started a topic Can you believe this can happen in America?

    Can you believe this can happen in America?

    Censorship in Obama's America

    OKC officer pulls man over for anti-Obama sign on vehicle
    By McClatchy-Tribune Information Services
    Published: February 19, 2009Buzz up!

    An Oklahoma City police officer wrongly pulled over a man last week and confiscated an anti-President Barack Obama sign the man had on his vehicle.

    The officer misinterpreted the sign as threatening, said Capt. Steve McCool, of the Oklahoma City Police Department, and took the sign, which read "Abort Obama, not the unborn."

    Chip Harrison said he was driving to work when a police car followed him for several miles and then signaled for him to pull over.

    ''I pulled over, knowing I hadn't done anything wrong," Harrison said in a recent phone interview.

    When the officer asked Harrison if he knew why he had been pulled over, Harrison said he did not.

    ''They said, 'It's because of the sign in your window,'" Harrison said.

    ''It's not meant to be a threat, it's a statement about abortion," Harrison said.

    He said he disagrees with the president's position on abortion.

    ''I asked the officer, 'Do you know what abort means?'" Harrison said. "He said, 'Yeah, it means to kill.' I said, 'No, it means to remove or terminate.'"

    Harrison said his sign was to be interpreted as saying something like: Remove Obama from office, not unborn babies from the womb.

    The officers confiscated Harrison's sign and gave him a slip of paper that stated he was part of an investigation.

    Harrison said he later received a call from a person who said he was a lieutenant supervisor for the Internal Investigations Department and wanted to know his location and return his sign to him.

    According to Harrison, the supervisor said the Secret Service had been contacted on the matter and had told them the sign was not a threat to the president.

    Harrison was asked if he would like to file a complaint. He said he was not sure but would take the paperwork, just in case.

    But his run-in with the law wasn't over yet.

    ''The Secret Service called and said they were at my house," Harrison said.

    After talking to his attorney, Harrison went home where he met the Secret Service.

    ''When I was on my way there, the Secret Service called me and said they weren't going to ransack my house or anything ... they just wanted to (walk through the house) and make sure I wasn't a part of any hate groups."

    Harrison said he invited the Secret Service agents into the house and they were "very cordial."

    ''We walked through the house and my wife and 2-year-old were in the house," Harrison said.

    He said they interviewed him for about 30 minutes and then left, not finding any evidence Harrison was a threat to the president.

    ''I'm still in contact with a lawyer right now," Harrison said. "I don't know what I'm going to do."

    Harrison said he feels his First Amendment rights were violated.

    McCool said the officer who pulled over Harrison misinterpreted the sign.

    ''We had an officer that his interpretation of the sign was different than what was meant," McCool said. "You've got an officer who had a different thought on what the word 'abort' meant."

    McCool said the sign basically meant Obama should be impeached and it was not a threat.

    ''(The officer) shouldn't have taken the sign," McCool said. "That was (Harrison's) First Amendment right to voice his concern."

    McCool said although the sign should not have been confiscated, the situation was made right in the end.

    ''We always try to do the right thing and in the end we believe we did the right thing by returning the sign," McCool said.
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