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Oh, I did not know who Chris Carter is but now I read up on him, he looks like a clean cut sort of guy (no dreadlocks) but how was he dressed the day the cops checked him out? Was it late at night? Was he using a nondescript truck? Maybe there had been a rash of break-ins where they cleaned some homes out.
So that makes DWB probable cause for a stop?
None of those reasons are sufficient probable cause for stopping a driver simply because he is black.
Confronted with a clear cut violation of Carter's civil rights, Rougetards recite lame reasons that do not justify civil rights violations.
I once drove across the country in a cream colored late model Benz; I was 20 years old, wearing a battered old cowboy hat, and I was not stopped at all.
Although I was once stopped on Rt 81 just north of Hagerstown by an ATF agent, who had no probable cause. He asked me if he could search the car and I said "No". He didn't bother trying to get a warrant because he had no probable cause. He got back into his car and I was on my way. I knew my CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS.
The Carmel City Police (my home) publicly admitted to stopping motorists for DWB a few years ago. I know many of the "offenders"
Have you ever heard Chris Carter (hall of fame football player and ESPN commentator) talk about moving into his new home and having the cops stop to check him out because he "didn't look like he belonged"?