Warning: violators will be prosecuted.

Warning: violators will be prosecuted.

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“John 3:16”

Since: Sep 09

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#1 Nov 9, 2013
Throwing a cigarette butt on the ground is littering. Ask the guy who just got a ticket for it. Use proper disposal. Beware of coming in Lucedale at night if you have any violations. They are really cracking down. All else who are legal have a good night.

Since: Apr 09

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#2 Nov 9, 2013
The_SCOOP wrote:
Throwing a cigarette butt on the ground is littering. Ask the guy who just got a ticket for it. Use proper disposal. Beware of coming in Lucedale at night if you have any violations. They are really cracking down. All else who are legal have a good night.
They must be cracking down, The D.E.A. was setting up road blocks, lol.

Since: Aug 10

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#3 Nov 9, 2013
I don't think it matters if you are legal or not...they will make something up as usual
SARGE

Canton, MS

#4 Nov 9, 2013
If your a doper. drunkard or just a plain old loser. stay out of george county. we will get you.

obey the teaffic laws and be respectful towards our citizens and you will be fine.
Sam

Petal, MS

#5 Nov 9, 2013
SARGE wrote:
If your a doper. drunkard or just a plain old loser. stay out of george county. we will get you.
obey the teaffic laws and be respectful towards our citizens and you will be fine.
Then no one would be lest. The last one out bring the Confederate flag.

Since: Apr 09

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#6 Nov 9, 2013
SARGE wrote:
If your a doper. drunkard or just a plain old loser. stay out of george county. we will get you.
obey the teaffic laws and be respectful towards our citizens and you will be fine.
It may be easier for visitors to do that if the citizens were respectfull themselves. I can't tell you how many, First, Young people with no respect and secondly, Better than though type attitudes are in this County. As for obeying traffic laws, Being an officer of the law does not give you the right to drive as you wish in a personal vehicle, Just tossin that out there.

Since: Aug 10

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#7 Nov 9, 2013
mentul_autocrat wrote:
<quoted text>It may be easier for visitors to do that if the citizens were respectfull themselves. I can't tell you how many, First, Young people with no respect and secondly, Better than though type attitudes are in this County. As for obeying traffic laws, Being an officer of the law does not give you the right to drive as you wish in a personal vehicle, Just tossin that out there.
Where's the "like" button located...lol...and in the cruisers too... Lead by example!!

_N0_N33D_T0_T33L _

Since: Apr 09

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#8 Nov 10, 2013
I have not had any problems with any city or county cops they always seems to be nice and respectfull i guess its cause i try not give a reason to stop me lol and yes we need a like button on here

Since: Nov 10

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#9 Nov 10, 2013
I would love to see a crack down, never had any trouble with law enforcement in this county.

_N0_N33D_T0_T33L _

Since: Apr 09

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#10 Nov 10, 2013
Hey Ms cip good to see you hope you have a very bless day!

Since: Jun 12

Lucedale

#11 Nov 10, 2013
Bah anyone who supports roadblocks is a fool. Soviets, Po, Mussolini, and Nazis all used them to regulate and control their people. Though it might not seem like much here in the states it doesn't take much to make folks comfortable with their liberties being violated.

Militarized police, MRAPs on our streets, cities being locked down, being molested for going on vacation. This isn't the America our founders envisioned.

Anyone who has the authority to force me to take a breathalyzer, blood test, pay an unjust fine, tax me, waste my time, and jail me has too much power.

The excuses that these roadblocks catch criminals, make us safer, or stop DUI's is asinine and makes me sick.

What roadblocks do is unconstitutionally detain and harass law abiding citizens in hopes they might catch them in minor infractions to drum up fines.

University of Maryland did a study that shows that DUI checkpoints are far less effective and cost more money than saturation patrols. Saturation patrols, increase the number of DUI arrests, decrease crime rates, and are an effective DUI restraint that doesn't violate our rights.

http://www.dpch.umd.edu/research/Surveillance...

I hope our police officers are fed up violating folks rights, imposing unjust fines, and detaining law abiding citizens for no reason. I hope they feel the pull to protect our Constitution. I hope they are Oath Keepers.

If you ever wonder how we will lose our freedom, I guarantee you it will be with a smile on our faces, in the comfortable safety of our effects. Realize your liberties are being taken every time the Government makes you safer. Every time a man is arrested, but there is no victim, we enslave a man.

Who knows maybe I'm crazy, maybe Im not willing to sacrifice my freedoms for the guise of security. I can't support authoritarianism. My heroes are Samuel Adams, Benjamin Franklin, Patrick Henry, Thomas Jefferson, none of which allowed the government to overreach into their homes, their pockets, their lives.

Do you think they would have stopped for a Roadblock!?!

Since: Jun 12

Lucedale

#12 Nov 10, 2013
If you enter or exit the city of Lucedale or George County on the weekend, you have to show your papers. What's next!? Stop and Frisk? Are we gonna support that too? Insanity seriously. Fining someone more than a dollar for a cigarette butt is unjust and violates their 8th Amendment right. Ridiculous.

“John 3:16”

Since: Sep 09

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#13 Nov 10, 2013
johnomoran3 wrote:
If you enter or exit the city of Lucedale or George County on the weekend, you have to show your papers. What's next!? Stop and Frisk? Are we gonna support that too? Insanity seriously. Fining someone more than a dollar for a cigarette butt is unjust and violates their 8th Amendment right. Ridiculous.
Random roadblocks have always been conducted when it is most convenient. Littering is $250.00 anywhere in Mississippi.

“John 3:16”

Since: Sep 09

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#14 Nov 10, 2013
http://www.communitynewspapers.com/pinecrest/...

Oklahoma bombing suspect Timothy McVey, serial murderer Ted Bundy and Atlanta child killer Wayne Williams were all apprehended as a result of routine traffic stops.

As a result of traffic stops, Pinecrest police have served 44 arrest warrants over the past four years. In each of these incidents, they managed to take a wanted person off the streets who otherwise would have been free to perpetrate other illegal acts.

Officers stopped a car that that went through a stop sign and discovered that the driver was looking for a place to dump his deceased passenger, whom he had murdered.

In 2010, a routine traffic stop resulted in the arrest of the driver for several recent robberies in Miami-Dade County and the recovery of a firearm.

In 2007, a stop for a speeding violation resulted in identification of the driver as responsible for a hit and run that had just occurred in another jurisdiction, as well as the seizure of eight pounds of marijuana.

A midnight shift stop for a minor traffic violation resulted in the arrest of three individuals who admitted they were in the area casing targets to burglarize. One was charged with stealing a boat motor in Palmetto Bay earlier that evening.

http://abcnews.go.com/US/video/mississippi-tr...

http://www.msnewsnow.com/story/23126451/ranki...
http://picayuneitem.com/local/x766456862/Traf...

http://www.wapt.com/news/central-mississippi/...

“John 3:16”

Since: Sep 09

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#15 Nov 10, 2013
Germany had a valid reason for searching citizens as it was at war and many spies abounded. Also many escaped prisoners were sought.

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#16 Nov 10, 2013
_N0_N33D_T0_T33L_ wrote:
Hey Ms cip good to see you hope you have a very bless day!
Thanks, having a good day

Since: Jun 12

Lucedale

#17 Nov 10, 2013
Germany used those very same roadblocks to indefinitely detain Catholics and Jews impose unjust penalties and fines. In America war doesn't justify the violation of a mans rights. If roadblocks caught Osama Bin Laden I would still be against them because they sacrifice our freedoms.

Furthermore, Timothy McVey, Ted Bundy, and Wayne Williams were not caught at roadblocks but as part of routine traffic stops aka Patrols.
Minnow Bucket

Petal, MS

#18 Nov 10, 2013
The_SCOOP wrote:
Germany had a valid reason for searching citizens as it was at war and many spies abounded. Also many escaped prisoners were sought.
I couldn't agree more. If they could only have found Anne Frank they probably would have won the war. One thing is for sure though. She wasn't hiding at your house.

“John 3:16”

Since: Sep 09

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#19 Nov 11, 2013
Minnow Bucket wrote:
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I couldn't agree more. If they could only have found Anne Frank they probably would have won the war. One thing is for sure though. She wasn't hiding at your house.
Minnow Bucket wrote:
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I couldn't agree more. If they could only have found Anne Frank they probably would have won the war. One thing is for sure though. She wasn't hiding at your house.
They did find her.
http://www.dailyworldfacts.com/anne-frank-fac...

The Franks were discovered by the police after an anonymous tip. They were arrested on August 4, 1944. Anne was first sent to Auschwitz then to Bergen-Belsen where she died seven months later.
Anne and her sister died of Typhus. Edith, Anne's mother, died of starvation within the camps. Otto was the only survivor. He was given Anne's diary.

“John 3:16”

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#20 Nov 11, 2013
Our only true rights are called natural individual rights. They are the property of each individual just for being a human. They also are called unalienable because they are independent of government and others.
Natural rights are our only true rights. Anything granted to you by the government is a privilege. Anything granted to you by someone, even if you pay for it, is a favor. Both can be regulated, withdrawn, restricted or denied at any time.
If you medicate yourself, it is a right. Cohabitation is a right. Getting medical service from a doctor paid by the government is a privilege. Marriage is a privilege. You getting medical service from a professional is a favor.
A right is something that as a human or as an American you are entitled to .
A privilege is something that SHOULD be earned and you can lose a privilege .
The privilege to drive would be an example .. It is given and if you abuse it , it can be taken away.
http://realitybloger.wordpress.com/tag/what-i...
A right is something you don’t think about, or something most of us take for granted. Every breath you take. Every move you make. Every casual conversation you have. You need no permission and you may practice these rights freely and without permit.
A privilege seems as though it’s a lot like a right. However, it is not. For while a privilege is something that may have been a right at one time, it is now a legal option for qualified citizens. It is permitted by the government to individuals of a certain stature, with proper permits or permissions, in certain zones or defined areas, with posted limits as guidelines to ensure that the legalities of these privileges are met when practiced. While it is not possible to abuse a right, since there is no law governing it, it is possible to abuse a privilege. All rights that require memberships, licenses, codes, rules, regulations, limits, taxes, or any other type of fees or statutes, and of which have a punishment attached to them for the breaking of any of these rules, are not rights at all… they are privileges.(Example 1: Fishing used to be a right anywhere. Now it is a privilege only available to licensed persons, and is even illegal in some areas.)(Example 2: Collecting rain water in some states and counties is not allowed, as the water rights belong to the government, even if you own the land.)

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