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North Carolina: the tyrannical police state

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I went up to North Carolina from Florida to visit some family members. As I was up there, I experienced a "New World Order" tyrannical police state. My ordeal happened when I was visiting family in a town called "Troutman," which is north of Charlotte. I was driving on a two lane road leading to I-77 south. I-77 south, from Troutman, lead to Mooresville (which is considered "Race City USA"). As I turned right onto highway I-77 towards Mooresville, I saw two cops cars checking each car in front of me for information. The two cops, who had there cars on the left side of the highway, walked towards each car that drove next to them. I was next in line as I drove towards them. I was in view of them, and they were in view of me, when I pulled my seat belt towards the breast of my body. I knew they would give me a ticket for not wearing a seat-belt--so I obliged. I pulled up to the cop and stopped. The police officer asked me for my license. I was shocked to be in a check point, for they are unconstitutional, especially without probable cause. Before I gave him my ID, I asked him if he was looking for someone. He said sarcastically, 'No, we are just enjoying the beautiful day." My stomach started to turn, because I knew that this was not the truth. Then, I pulled out my ID, which he was waiting for, and looked at it. He said, as he stared at the ID, "What are are doing up in North Carolina?" I told him I was visiting family. After I told him that, he handed me back my license and told me to have a nice day. I then put my car in drive and proceeded to I-77. Looking back, I now realize I was being harassed by the state police of North Carolina. In addition, I was informed by many locals that this is a regular occurrence. This has never happened to me in any other state. That is, police officers are stopping innocent people without probable cause. This is unheard of, and if is heard of, it needs to be stopped. We, as citizens of the United States, should never be questioned for being innocent. Stop this madness. If this ever happens to you, ask the cops why they are doing this. The only reason I did not asked questions during this Gestapo stop is because I was in shock. Please, learn the laws, for this is unconstitutional. Ask questions, and question authority.

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