posted on Oct, 25 2011 @ 09:18 PM
reply to post by RussianScientists
I appreciate you posting the information, but you are wrong on legal jurisdictions, it is more complicated.
Airports are state owned and federally legislated. Sheriffs have absolutely no jurisdictions there. Citizens have no rights. YOu sign a contract when
you buy an airline ticket that gives the TSA full permission to do what they do.
Once you step onto airport property, the usual rights do not apply.Period.Airports are exempt.
When is the last time you have seen a sheriff patrol an airport?
There are a lot of crimes and investigations that involve the FBI, no sheriff will ever have enough clout to keep them out. If it involves any serious
crime, act of terrorism, or it goes across many jurisdictions, that is the jurisdiction of the FBI. If it becomes high profile, it can become FBI.
I do agree with the ruling that any federal agency has to notify locals of their presence, I believe that is a good decision, for safety and inter
agency communication if anything, but you can't keep out the feds.
In a lot of cases, you wouldn't want too.
I find it odd that people are commenting that it is a sign of taking back the country, when a sheriff is nothing but another elected politician. There
isn't much difference.