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I would put CA first and FL second but that's because I lived in FL for 27 years.
I would agree TX is getting there, I was stopped on my way back to FL through TX and me and my vehicle searched for drugs because I have very long hair. The probable cause was my GPS, located under my mirror was distracting my view. I traveled 6K miles in one month through a dozen or more states and had no problems.
Along with Antimatter and Dark Matter they've discovered the existence of Doesn't Matter which appears to have no effect on the universe whatsoever!
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I still find it astounding that in a land with so many "freedoms", including police who can draw firearms and handcuff people to simply speak with them, that the police still lack a basic right to randomly intercept people without inventing some kind of "probable cause"... Fascinating on so many levels.
Quad skating his way through the world since the early 80's...
Anyplace with politicians or lawyers could be called the land of the insane...
".45 ACP - because shooting twice is just silly" - JSOP, 2010 ----- You can never have too much ammo - unless you're swimming, or on fire. - JSOP, 2010 ----- When you pry the gun from my cold dead hands, be careful - the barrel will be very hot. - JSOP, 2013
I read the article and I disagree. The cops had observed the gathering for nearly a year and done nothing. Someone in office wanted it stopped, and forced the cops to act (wrongly). They should have arrested the homeless people that were a nuisance (drunk in public, relieving themselves in the park, etc.), rather than kicking out the act of generosity and punishing good citizens.
The article also notes that one of those 'homeless' were now working with the couple as a 'pay it forward' volunteer. What is wrong with re-habilitating homeless people into helpful and generous citizens?
Truth is, the politicians and cops don't want to put those people in jail, because then they have to pay for the meals, clothes, lodging, etc.
Cops aren't heartless. I bet they were happy to see the street people being helped. I guarantee someone forced their hand because they didn't want to see the homeless people enjoying 'their' park.