Question on Viper...

Discussion in 'Civil Rights & Privacy' started by mikew68, May 8, 2013.

  1. mikew68

    mikew68 Original Member

    I would like to know if anyone has info about the legality of the (expletive deleted) tsa viper checkpoints on the highways. Read about it on the Elliot.org site. As I will be traveling I-75 from Florida to MIchigan this summer, the odds I will run into one in either Tenn or Kentucky. Who seems to favor this crap.

    For instance do I have to answer any questions form the tsa scum ? Do I even have to talk to them ? As per their previous actions they will probably have the state or county goons to back them up. Will they have the authority to stop a innocent traveler for no reason ? This really pisses me off !!!

    Thanks............. rant over.
     
  2. Doober

    Doober Original Member

    Watch the video - not one person answered questions from CPB and VIPR is no different.

    "Am I being detained? Am I free to go? Where is your warrant?"
     
  3. RB

    RB Founding Member

    I'm not a lawyer.

    If it is TSA on the highways I would do nothing more than acknowledge them but would not answer questions or permit any search of my property. Ask why you are being stopped, what the probable cause or reasonable suspicion is, and if you are being detained. Note if they are armed as that would indicate a person with police powers.

    If it is Immigration/Border Patrol I would most likely answer the citizen question if asked but nothing more. Again ask for what reason you are being stopped and if you are being detained.
     
  4. Mike

    Mike Founding Member Coach

    No. No.

    If they are LEO's and are obstructing your departure, you might have to play the "am I free to go game".

    If they are unsworn perverts, just tell them to get the **** out of your way.
     

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