A Law-Abiding Reader Reports That The Police Keep Questioning Him, Instead Of Actual Criminals (It`s Probably Safer)
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February 06, 2011, 04:00 AM
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From: Tim Brand (e-mail him)

Re Paul Craig Roberts` column, "Americans Are Oppressed, Too"

I couldn`t agree more with Paul Craig Roberts` column, "Americans Are Oppressed, Too."  Last January I was stopped and frisked for no reason at all while walking in my hometown of Sebring in Florida.  I wrote a letter to about this horrible experience, "Walking While White."

Since then, I`ve been stopped while walking at night by at least eight other cops.  One of them even tried to confiscate my out-of-state driver`s license, which had expired, saying I didn`t have proper Florida I.D.  His supervisor thankfully made him give it back.

Needless to say, every time I venture outside my apartment, I`m extremely paranoid, afraid I`ll get harassed by a cop.  (I`ve never committed a crime in my life.)

I`ve contacted lawyers, none of whom think it`s a big deal.

This has never happened to me before.

America is truly a police state now.

Keep up the good articles on; keep writing the  truth about what this country has turned into.

James Fulford writes: I would urge our readers to read my piece Why Rednecks Don`t Get Arrested As Much As Minorities, and check out the book Arrest-Proof Yourself: An Ex-Cop Reveals How Easy It Is for Anyone to Get Arrested, How Even a Single Arrest Could Ruin Your Life, and What to Do If the Police Get in Your Face, by Dale C. Carson—an ex-cop, now a defense lawyer in Jacksonville, Florida, for advice on how to handle this situation.