posted on Mar, 17 2012 @ 07:36 AM
reply to post by rayktheon
Deputized here implies what Shadowfax said. These camo dues, though private citizens, have the right to make arrests, even though they technically do
not work for the Lincoln County Sheriff department. I don't believe they have ever arrested anyone, but they have detained trespassers until the
The most notable Lincoln County Sheriff department arrest by the border is that of Glenn Campbell. The circumstances were quite lame.
Like I said, ufomind.com is old, but it is a treasure chest of information. The fact we don't get arrested by hanging out at the border is due to the
publicity Glenn Campbell shined on the base. He forced the DoD to obey the law rather than do whatever they want.
Given Glenn's current state of unemployment, it would make sense to wget yourself the ufomind website and keep a copy. I'm sure plenty of people
have done this, but the website itself is copyrighted so putting the information on another website would be a copyright violation.
There is also information to be found in the old Lockheed Skunkworks mailing list and with some date filtering, the usenet list alt.conspiracy.area51.
As more and more nutcases got online (believers in grays and such crap), they have polluted the usenet group to the point where it is not readable.
Back to being deputized, normally this is done in the US as a cross jurisdiction procedure. For example, many law enforcement officers have a limited
right to detain illegal immigrants, provided they are deputized by DHS. Another example is there are a few towns that cross state borders. Wendover,
prior to the creation of the town of West Wendover, was in both Utah and Nevada, but police had power in either state.