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Just another story of IB sheriffs

National Bike week. I was in Wal Mart in Chula Vista. Bike dept. no doubt. Started a conversation with a person. I never meet this man before. Topic was how the IB sheriff selective police the biking citizens of this region. The illegal detainment of these high ego rush to putting cuffs on its citizens. Personally i have had multiple stops. One night on palm. i asked the two police why? They replied they didnt see me. Funny thing is they put there lights on with the whaler! I stated the fact is that they had to see to pull me over. The response was " You calling me a lair". Exactly because thats all they do is lie and cheat. Robbing this biking community 0f cash and freedom.!!! veteran
  
Chico&The Man April 30, 2014 at 10:17 AM
for what reason were u being detained continue asking what law did u break what probable cause did u have to pull me over over and over answer my question sir ..what law did i break 80x's why are you being detained ? citizens are only required to identify themselves via a lawful ORDER when asked only if there is reasonable suspicion that I was A. Committing a crime, had just committed a crime or was about to commit a crime B. If there is Probable Cause that I was .. ; such as a witness stating they saw me doing so.... Parking lots/any and ALL private property anywhere in here U.S.A. This applies,..., there is a huge difference between vehicle code and criminal code, and guess what??? That actually might be the very reason there is TWO separate CODE SYSTEMS in every single county in the damn country!!
Amy T May 06, 2014 at 03:25 AM
I almost died laughing the first time my husband told me he got "pulled over" on his bike.

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