A Law-Abiding Reader Reports That The Police Keep Questioning Him, Instead Of Actual Criminals (It's Probably Safer)
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02/05/11 - Craig Nelsen Recounts His Own Adventure With The Daily Show

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 Vdare.com 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 VDARE.com; 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.

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