Originally Posted by frozen
Enforcing our laws hasn't gotten any easier either. Seems like those folks are getting dragged around by news media each day. There are a lot of people doing public service who don't get much credit.
I checked out some youtube vids titled "First Amendment Tests" and it is hard to believe that a small group of "Individuals" have such a shallow impression of personnel in Law Enforcement. As a Canadian I admit I do not understand the intricies of the US Amendments but am sure they are similiar in intent with the Canadian Rights and Freedoms and our Constituition but to openly antagonize and berrat "Coppers" into thinking they know and understand every law and regulation. In Canada there is over 800 sections to the Criminal Code of Canada not to mention all the sections of the Provincial Highway Act. I find it funny that there is a video of an RCMP officer pulling over a drunk and dopy Canadian driver, and this "Individual" starts spouting off about his knowledge of his Amendment Rights, to the point where the police officer has to remind him that he is in the middle of British Columbia, CANADA. There is no such thing as Miranda Rights in Canada...it was comincal at first then got nausiating.
"Frozen...you found that one nerve."