Archives for: May 2010


Permalink 15:21:22, Categories: Homeland Security?, Checkpoints, Immigration, 307 words   English (EU)

Full Video of Anderson's Checkpoint Hearing Released

[Yuma County Assistant Prosecutor William Katz during Steven Anderson's December 16, 2009 Pre-trial hearing]

The full video from Steven Anderson's pre-trial hearing on December 16, 2009 has been released and appears below. For those who haven't been following this case, Steven Anderson is the individual tazered and beaten by Arizona DPS Officers and U.S. Border Patrol agents at an internal suspicionless checkpoint East of Yuma in April of last year.

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Permalink 21:53:31, Categories: News, Checkpoints, 921 words   English (EU)

Highwaymen Setup Fake Checkpoint

Inspired by the lucrative practice by local, state and federal agencies of shaking down the traveling public at suspicionless checkpoints around the country, armed and dangerous individuals unaffiliated with said government gangs are starting to break in on the action as well.

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Permalink 21:09:33, Categories: Privacy, Right to Travel, Homeland Security?, Checkpoints, Immigration, 535 words   English (EU)

Additional Video from Uvalde, Texas Checkpoint Incident Released

[Newspaper article highlighting the opening of the new Uvalde, TX Border Patrol checkpoint]

As a followup to my earlier post titled, Border Patrol Harass Military Field Grade Officer At Internal Checkpoint, additional video footage regarding the Uvalde Border Patrol checkpoint incident has been released. This footage appears below in four sections and shows the entirety of the checkpoint encounter.

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Permalink 20:14:18, Categories: News, Homeland Security?, Checkpoints, Immigration, 420 words   English (EU)

Video from Steven Anderson's court hearing now available

[Angry Border Patrol agents riot in the streets after charges against Anderson were dismissed with prejudice ;)]

07 May 2010 Update: Photo clarification appears below

Steven Anderson was beaten and tazered by U.S. Border Patrol agents and Arizona DPS officers at a suspicionless Homeland Security checkpoint East of Yuma in April of 2009. The reason for the beat down was because Mr. Anderson chose to peacefully exercise his right not to be searched absent probable cause and a warrant signed by a federal judge.

To add insult to injury, after beating Mr. Anderson, he was also charged by Arizona DPS officers with several violations of state law even though he had been seized at a federal checkpoint by federal agents allegedly enforcing federal law.

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Permalink 10:21:29, Categories: Privacy, News, Right to Travel, Homeland Security?, 1425 words   English (EU)

Arizona Immigration Law Overreach

[Update - The Identity Project's scheduled interview on the Jay Lawrence Show later today has been postponed. An updated schedule will be provided when it becomes available]

I want to send my thanks to Representative Russell Pearce who was the primary sponsor of Arizona's S.B. 1070 along with David Gowan, Chuck Gray, Linda Gray, John Kavanagh, Frank Antenori, Carl Seel and Ray Barnes.

In one fell swoop, these eight politicians have clearly shown the rest of the world what a burgeoning American police state looks like along with invalidating Arizona's stop and identify statute that overzealous authorities will surely attempt to use in conjunction with the illegitimate police powers created in this new law.

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Permalink 16:27:44, Categories: Privacy, News, 45 words   English (EU)

'Papers Please' to debate S.B. 1070 this Sunday on KTAR talk radio in Phoenix

A representative from Papers Please will be a guest on the Jay Lawrence Show hosted by Phoenix's KTAR (92.3 FM) radio station this Sunday (May 2nd) to discuss the recent passage of Arizona's SB 1070.

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Roadblock Revelations

Welcome to Checkpoint USA's blog. Here you'll find general information and discussions regarding growing threats to our right to privacy & travel.

While I refer to court cases along with state and federal law frequently in this blog, nothing written here should be construed as legal advice. I am not an attorney. Rather, I'm someone concerned about the growing disregard for individual rights present at all levels of government.

My conclusions are my own based upon personal experience and research. The law is made purposely complex however and varies significantly from place to place and circumstance to circumstance.

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