A Perspective from Portland, Oregon
Sunday, March 3, 2013
I didn't know this, but pay attention.
he Department of Homeland Security has claimed the authority to interrogate and search people anywhere within 100 miles of a US border, even without suspicion of wrongdoing or warrants.
Video montage reveals resistance to DHS checkpoints in the southwest
The ACLU map shows the constitution-free-zone where one can be interrogated on public streets and trains, and have their electronics confiscated at airports.
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