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spoon059 wrote:

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Don’t be so gullible

Did you know that the word gullible isn't even in the dictionary...?


No I do not know that. Want to know what I do know.. Follow the link below

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Yes, we have to be careful about losing our rights... as long as we aren't dealing drugs!


Years back, reading a industry magazine, in the section that tried to keep track of changes in state laws that could affect drivers I learned Ohio had past a new law. If LEO found a added compartment that could be used to carry cash, guns or drugs, that vehicle is subject to forfeiture, even if there was no sign of cash, guns, or drugs!
I called dispatch, put Ohio on the list of states I would not run to or thru.
A hurricane might hit Fla. Dispatch called, needed a trailer load of Red Cross supplies dropped in Orlando. Normally I run the truck on plastic, put for this trip I stopped at bank, got enough cash to feed me and my Cat for a few days. (I think most would call that a good idea) On the way back, I get stopped in Tenn, for a roadside safety inspection. In the course of making sure my truck was safe to drive a LEO found that cash under the mattress. That money, in a bank envelope, with the bank receipt, the officer had to show his sargent, who had to make 2 phone calls, before I could leave with that money.

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spoon059 wrote:

Grit dog wrote:

Don’t be so gullible

Did you know that the word gullible isn't even in the dictionary...?


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Posted: 07/10/19 06:13am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Grit dog wrote:

spoon059 wrote:

Grit dog wrote:

Don’t be so gullible

Did you know that the word gullible isn't even in the dictionary...?


Sht! I fell for it!!


Me too!

But I do know gullibull was in one of the best Bugs Bunny adventures

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You're all just adding to my concern that our converted cargo van, when leaving a state (Michigan) where recreational marijuana is legal, is going to get the giant stink-eye in adjoining states. Maybe I need to correct my leadfootedness (Hey, the Transit's Ecoboost motor is FUN) lest I trigger an exhaustive search....

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Tvov wrote:

This case has been going on for awhile.

It isn't "clickbait", it is real. But... they are arguing a technicality of law. As someone posted earlier, everyone basically breaks some law everyday, we have so many now.

Honestly, the biggest issue I have with this case is that... it is about a DRUG DEALER.

Yes, we have to be careful about losing our rights... as long as we aren't dealing drugs!


You know that 80% of US bills have detectable cocaine residue, right? So if the cops want your money, there's a 4 out of 5 chance they have a reason to take it.


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I hope that soon civil asset forfeiture will join communism on the dung heap of history. Its not constitutional in the slightest.


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https://reason.com/2019/07/03/indiana-is........-for-driving-5-mph-over-the-speed-limit/


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apr67 wrote:

I hope that soon civil asset forfeiture will join communism on the dung heap of history. Its not constitutional in the slightest.


I agree. I still do not know how this practice has not been shot down simply from the lack of due process aspect. Then the whole, is the value of the forfeiture appropriate for the crime. But that is full circle as was there even a crime?

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