Traffic stop foils illegal immigrant smuggling operation; 11 jailed

Dec 23, 2011 Full story: KCEN 32

Bullard Police Sgt. Jeff Bragg said Officer Stuart Alexander was patrolling U.S. 69 about midnight when he spotted a GMC Yukon with a defective light, so he initiated a traffic stop.

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#28 Dec 25, 2011
Odds on the House wrote:
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The problem with making check points like this is that rednecks like you will end up getting caught for open beer cans in your car, kid porno, possession of illegal road kill in your back seats or even worst, your clandestine meth lab all packed in the trunk.
You idiots create laws attacking a particular group and it ends up biting you in your butts. Just like the Arizona, Georgia, Alabama S Carolina laws all screwed those States out of millions in lost revenues.
HAHAAHAH!!
Are you really from Germany? If you are, you don't have a clue what goes on in any border state. Sounds like you are just another one of those pro illegal alien supporters. It has nothing to do with race amigo, it has to do with those coming into the USA illegally. Let Germany open it's borders to millions of illegal aliens and see how you like it.

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#31 Dec 25, 2011
Abominable Sock Puppet wrote:
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I believe Germany tore down their walls.
Yeah, Germany would welcome millions of aliens jumping over their borders. NOT!

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#32 Dec 25, 2011
Abominable Sock Puppet wrote:
Officer Stuart Alexander pulled over a truck for a defective tail light. Were did this LEO find probable cause to question the occupants of the truck? Why would he question the occupants of the truck over a defective taillight?
If I was the occupant of a truck that had a defective tail light and the LEO starts asking me questions, I'd tell him to shove it.
The police officer was doing his job. So, are you saying let lawlessness continue when it can be stopped. GREAT JOB POLICE OFFICER. KEEP up the GOOD work!

Since: Nov 11

Seattle, WA

#33 Dec 25, 2011
Dar R - Arizona wrote:
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The police officer was doing his job. So, are you saying let lawlessness continue when it can be stopped. GREAT JOB POLICE OFFICER. KEEP up the GOOD work!
Classic liberal double speak.UN and international law states a foreign national must be given access to their embassy/consulate if arrested.Officers are forbidden by the Obama admin from asking if the person stopped is a foreign citizen.So,how can they comply with the USA/UN/INTERNATIONAL treaties when stopping,and arresting people for criminal actions?.
Kelsey

Bonaire, GA

#34 Dec 25, 2011
Have you ever noticed they are usually caught in black sub's???

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Since: Jan 07

Lansing, IL - now: Pomp Bch FL

#35 Dec 26, 2011
Odds on the House wrote:
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The problem with making check points like this is that rednecks like you will end up getting caught for open beer cans in your car, kid porno, possession of illegal road kill in your back seats or even worst, your clandestine meth lab all packed in the trunk.
You idiots create laws attacking a particular group and it ends up biting you in your butts. Just like the Arizona, Georgia, Alabama S Carolina laws all screwed those States out of millions in lost revenues.
HAHAAHAH!!
Laws attacking a particular group? What group? Illegal aliens? They don't belong here. We have laws that attack other groups, too, such as: robbers, murderers, rapists, check forgers, and so on. Should we just do away with all laws?

People wanting the law enforced are not all rednecks. Rednecks are hard working people, thus the term: Redneck. They have done those jobs all you morons claim only illegal aliens will do. You might want to look up the term.

No states are having revenue problems because of lack of illegal aliens. That's absurd. Alabama's unemployment rate has dropped since the law went into effect.

All illegal aliens need to go home. They do not belong here. Period.

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Since: Jan 07

Lansing, IL - now: Pomp Bch FL

#36 Dec 26, 2011
DAVID63 wrote:
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Classic liberal double speak.UN and international law states a foreign national must be given access to their embassy/consulate if arrested.Officers are forbidden by the Obama admin from asking if the person stopped is a foreign citizen.So,how can they comply with the USA/UN/INTERNATIONAL treaties when stopping,and arresting people for criminal actions?.
They only have to give them access if they request it, much like a citizen arrested is only given a lawyer if they ask for one. If not, law enforcement can question them. Cops question people all the time. No one has to answer their questions, but if you don't know that, then you often answer anyway. Ignorance of the law is not a defense. Officers can certainly ask for identification. If someone doesn't have any, that's certainly a clue.

Since: Nov 11

Seattle, WA

#37 Dec 26, 2011
Rebel wrote:
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They only have to give them access if they request it, much like a citizen arrested is only given a lawyer if they ask for one. If not, law enforcement can question them. Cops question people all the time. No one has to answer their questions, but if you don't know that, then you often answer anyway. Ignorance of the law is not a defense. Officers can certainly ask for identification. If someone doesn't have any, that's certainly a clue.
My point is that the Feds are playing it both ways,be telling the police they may not ask certain questions,then hold it against the police for not asking any questions.I have been stopped by the police for doing nothing wrong,so I answered all questions,including if I was married,and how often I was in the area by a female officer,then let go so I could work.The only time I had any problems with being stopped was if the officer was seriously wasting my time trying to find something wrong.Most of the time,it was from a bored officer,or whatever.Police must have the right to stop and ask anyone,and not be held liable if they do,but only if they do not stop and ask,if not asking places a danger to everyone.The millenium bomber was stopped,because he was asked questions.Under the Obama admin,he would have succeeded.
taxpayer

United States

#38 Dec 26, 2011
i am surprised eric holder and obama dont claim this is an illegal arrest
HardCore

Phillipsburg, NJ

#39 Dec 26, 2011
Last night I stopped in a convenience store and as I stood in line behjind babbling third world trash the headline on a south jersey paper was on a illegal who ran over and cost the life of a twelove yearold American child. This reminds me of the nun who lost her life in Virginia to a drunk illegal who scoffed at numerous court orders to appear for deportation proceedings. This whole country is so effed up right now.

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Since: Jan 07

Lansing, IL - now: Pomp Bch FL

#40 Dec 26, 2011
DAVID63 wrote:
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My point is that the Feds are playing it both ways,be telling the police they may not ask certain questions,then hold it against the police for not asking any questions.I have been stopped by the police for doing nothing wrong,so I answered all questions,including if I was married,and how often I was in the area by a female officer,then let go so I could work.The only time I had any problems with being stopped was if the officer was seriously wasting my time trying to find something wrong.Most of the time,it was from a bored officer,or whatever.Police must have the right to stop and ask anyone,and not be held liable if they do,but only if they do not stop and ask,if not asking places a danger to everyone.The millenium bomber was stopped,because he was asked questions.Under the Obama admin,he would have succeeded.
I agree. I've had cops question me before, while parking at a local establishment, and kept on and on -- and I had done nothing illegal, nor was my vehicle illegal in any way. They kept me there talking nonsense for a half hour. And they had nothing. If you're not doing anything wrong, it's just an inconvenience. But they should have the right to question people stopped with cause. They shouldn't have the right to annoy people with no reason, though.

Since: Nov 11

Seattle, WA

#41 Dec 26, 2011
Rebel wrote:
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I agree. I've had cops question me before, while parking at a local establishment, and kept on and on -- and I had done nothing illegal, nor was my vehicle illegal in any way. They kept me there talking nonsense for a half hour. And they had nothing. If you're not doing anything wrong, it's just an inconvenience. But they should have the right to question people stopped with cause. They shouldn't have the right to annoy people with no reason, though.
I agree with you 100%.

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