Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Citizens defy Border Patrol by staying silent with video cameras

Via avordvet

 Youtube frame grab of video recorded by people going through Border Patrol checkpoints several miles inside the United States. These individuals had not left the country. This man was forcibly removed from his vehicle while refusing to answer questions. Photo: Youtube.com / Youtube.com

No drugs or would-be immigrants were hidden in the sedan that rolled up to a Border Patrol checkpoint on a Southern California highway last week, but within 90 seconds the driver was handcuffed.

His 4-year-old boy was crying. And a video camera mounted on the car's dashboard captured the moment. The motorist had said he was an American but told the agent he did not have to say where he was going, would not consent to a search of his trunk and would not move his car.
"You brought this on yourself, buddy," an agent says as he is led away.

More with videos @ Houston Chronicle


  1. Too bad these assholes aren't actually ON THE BORDER preventing ILLEGALS from ENTERING the country. They may actually get a chance to be USEFUL had they been there instead of screwing with citizens.
    How these dirtbags sleep at night is beyond me but knowing how things are I bet they're *heavily* compensated for their illegal actions with money and promises of immunity.

    1. Yes and I have never figured out a rationale for checkpoints away from the border.