July 25, 2014
The U.S. Customs and Border Protection employees involved in this particular checkpoint work out of the Ogdensburg Station
July 14, 2014
The name of the St. Lawrence Sheriff’s Outfit employee who demanded a ransom of Mike for his window tint being darker than is decreed, is Michael Schryve
When at PorcFest in Lancester, in the ‘shire, I ran into Mike, who’d just had a run-in with some folks who, despite claiming to protect and serve him, hindered his freedom of movement and now claim that he owes them money, or else.
Props to Mike for speaking out about the rights-violation he was subjected to – after all, he’d done nothing wrong. He’d not harmed another person or their property. There was no victim making claims against him. What there was though, was a thief (someone who subsists on wealth stolen from others), who proclaimed that the windows on Mike’s truck were too dark.
What a joke.
Would you feel safer living having to cross a checkpoint multiple times a week when going to work, or to the store, or to visit friends? Do you think it will be easier, and more effective, to speak out and take (non-initiatory of force) action against the bad ideas that support the police state apparatus today, or next year?
St. Lawrence County Sheriff’s Outfit
Border Patrol Outfit (Ogdensburg Station)
- (315) 393-1150
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