The ‘Criminalization of Existence’ – Every American is now viewed as a criminal by the government

Wednesday, November 5, 2014
By Paul Martin

by: J. D. Heyes
Wednesday, November 05, 2014

If you thought that the day would come when simply taking a breath in America would make you a potential criminal in the eyes of federal, state or local law enforcement, that day has arrived.

As reported at Sovereign Man recently, a man by the name of John Anderson, “an American tourist from San Clemente, California, was driving down a poorly-maintained highway” when suddenly, seemingly out of nowhere, a police vehicle with flashing lights appeared behind him.

After exchanging greetings with the local officer, Anderson lapsed into disbelief when the cop began searching his vehicle. No warrant, no stated probable cause — just an arbitrary search.

During his search, the officer found a stash of $25,180 in Anderson’s possession, which was not a crime according to local laws. But when the officer found it, he told Anderson that he was going to confiscate it and then threatened to arrest him if he protested.

“Anderson couldn’t believe it,” wrote Simon Black, editor of the website, from a dateline of Santiago, Chile. “This is the sort of stuff you always hear about in these third world countries–corrupt cops and state robbery.”

‘Civil Asset Forfeiture’

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