U.S. police state: Travel FROM any city or TO any city is automatically considered suspicious criminal behavior

Sunday, November 15, 2015
By Paul Martin

by: J. D. Heyes
Sunday, November 15, 2015

In the “land of the free,” where the principle of “freedom of movement” was recognized by the U.S. Supreme Court as a constitutional right as far back as 1823, today, it seems, there is no such “right,” at least as far as some federal agencies are concerned.

You can blame a familiar culprit: the “war” on drugs.

As reported by TechDirt, USA Today reporter Brad Heath made an interesting observation in a tweet, pointing out that an asset forfeiture file from the California Central District Court made such drug-related generalizations about a pair of American cities, it made everyone who travels between them a prospective suspect:

Chicago is a known consumer city for narcotics and Los Angeles is a known source city where narcotics can be purchased.

Really? Are these the only two American cities where this is true? You know the answer to that, of course – they’re not. So that must mean everyone who travels is potentially a drug-smuggling mule – right?

No, you really don’t have “freedom to travel”

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Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/051979_police_state_freedom_to_travel_War_on_Drugs.html#ixzz3rXWlVe00

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