posted on Jun, 11 2014 @ 12:29 PM
a reply to: bbracken677
Reasonable suspicion may lead to probable cause to question any person and a person has the right to not answer any questions during a field
The cop must be able to articulate to a magistrate the reason for stopping a person in the first place or he could be held civilly accountable.
Most cops today are not going to get the training anywhere near what a lawyer would receive, and the people hired as cops are mostly pulled from the
Now couple that with the militarization taking place in most police departments, you have a "push comes to Shove" problem.
The proximate cause of this problem started with the gross increase in the level of violence in our cities.
Disenfranchised young blacks born out of wedlock grow up angry and not have been given discipline and guidance from a father figure become
This, I believe started during the Johnson administration with the "great Society Program" of the 1960's where young girls were told they would be
supported by the government if they had children out of wedlock.
Today the results of that law is being felt by the victims of violent crime as well as the perpetrators.
We now have multiple generations lost and we still are digging ourselves in deeper as the laws are still enforced.