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originally posted by: HalWesten
originally posted by: Grimpachi
a reply to: HalWesten
It happened in North Dakota and it isn't a stop and ID state.
North Dakota N.D. Cent. Code §29-29-21
29-29-21. Temporary questioning of persons in public places - Search for weapons. A peace officer may stop any person abroad in a public place whom the officer reasonably suspects is committing, has committed, or is about to commit:
1. Any felony.
2. A misdemeanor relating to the possession of a concealed or dangerous weapon or weapons.
3. Burglary or unlawful entry.
4. A violation of any provision relating to possession of marijuana or of narcotic, hallucinogenic, depressant, or stimulant drugs. The peace officer may demand of such person the person's name, address, and an explanation of the person's actions.
When a peace officer has stopped a person for questioning pursuant to this section and reasonably suspects that the officer is in danger of life or limb, the officer may search such person for a dangerous weapon. If the peace officer finds such a weapon or any other thing, the possession of which may constitute a crime, the officer may take and keep it until the completion of the questioning, at which time the officer shall either return it, if lawfully possessed, or arrest such person.
Requires reasonable suspicion.
Stop and ID by state
What you quoted has nothing to do with stop & ID. It states very clearly that it is about searching a person, that's it. Identification isn't mentioned. The link does have a list, thanks for including that, but in North Dakota requiring identification is not on that list.
The peace officer may demand of such person the person's name, address, and an explanation of the person's actions.
This ritual was played out three times on Wednesday morning but the end result was the same as every other night. The DHS officers dispatched by the president to put down the demonstrations have instead become prisoners of the building they are ostensibly there to defend.
“The feds don’t have control of the streets,” said a woman holding a sign, “100% not a terrorist”, who gave her name only as Shannon. “I think they’re more scared than us. They’re hiding in there. They don’t know what they’re doing.”
originally posted by: AlaskanDad
In their privates, where did you think?
Who is asking stupid questions
originally posted by: Southern Guardian
Well done Portland.
Trump and his fascist supporters want to lock down the country by force, and silence any opposing views by lying, misleading and threatening.