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June 20, 2013, 06:45 AM #50

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Pro tip: If a police officer has to ask to search you or your car, he doesn't have a warrant and probable cause doesn't apply. Never, ever, ever voluntarily let police search your vehicle or person. It serves absolutely zero benefit to you.
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    June 20, 2013, 08:45 AM #51

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    Originally posted by Яooбл Яoкет
    Pro tip: If a police officer has to ask to search you or your car, he doesn't have a warrant and probable cause doesn't apply. Never, ever, ever voluntarily let police search your vehicle or person. It serves absolutely zero benefit to you.
    If you deny, would that not give them enough of a cause to search it?
    Why deny it if you have nothing to hide? (not trying to start an argument, just curious)
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      June 20, 2013, 09:05 AM #52

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      Originally posted by jordisonjr
      If you deny, would that not give them enough of a cause to search it?
      Why deny it if you have nothing to hide? (not trying to start an argument, just curious)

      No, standing up for your rights is not an admission of guilt.
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        June 24, 2013, 05:12 PM #53

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        But why would you go through the hassle of being an asshole regardless if the officer is being a prick of being around him longer than you have too. Especially to prove a point. Especially if your not hiding anything. You can be on your way further rather then going through the hassle. Makes zero sense.

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          Originally posted by dags09
          But why would you go through the hassle of being an asshole regardless if the officer is being a prick of being around him longer than you have too. Especially to prove a point. Especially if your not hiding anything. You can be on your way further rather then going through the hassle. Makes zero sense.

          If people don't stand up for their rights, it will be assumed they don't want/need them, and they will disappear.  It makes a lot of sense actually.
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            October 27, 2013, 07:07 PM #55

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            Originally posted by IanB
            If people don't stand up for their rights, it will be assumed they don't want/need them, and they will disappear.  It makes a lot of sense actually.
            Beat me to it bud, its not about being an asshole its about not living in a police state. If you dont like it ill help you pack your bags for your trip to china :)

              October 27, 2013, 07:12 PM #56

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              Originally posted by jordisonjr
              If you deny, would that not give them enough of a cause to search it?
              Why deny it if you have nothing to hide? (not trying to start an argument, just curious)

              sorry guys cant figure out the multi quote. You would be surprised what it takes to actually have probable cause. I was watching a video of someone getting stopped for an open carry, in the states where it was legal. The guy was walking around with a civilian mp5 type of gun, full auto not being legal in that particular area. Despite looking like an mp5 which certain models have the ability to be full auto AND the officers own SWAT weapon being full auto mp5, it still didn't constitue as probable cause to check the weapon.

                October 27, 2013, 07:48 PM #57

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                Those open carry videos are filmed by assholes who pretty much do that to seek attention from the cops so they can show that they know how to use the internet. They're all moronic rednecks.

                He even admits he's out for a stroll just to exercise a constitutional right.



                There's the video.

                There is a BUNCH of these videos on youtube made by stupid Americans who miraculously found the time to remember all this information in between ****ing their sisters so they could stroke their egos and have some good footage to watch while they circlejerked each other at an NRA meeting.
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                  yep that's the one! mildly ridiculous to walk around with a rifle on your back I'd say, but then again if we had that right I would do it. Not just to be a dick though, I mean the copper just wants to make sure its not full auto, me being a reasonable human being would say that is a logical request. Like, there's a right way to go about things. He has the right to carry his gun, he has the right to refuse ID but cmon just let him see if its a legal firearm
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