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Oklahoma Highway Patrol began using a new device they have begun using called ERAD—Electronic Recovery and Access to Data machine. The device allows a law enforcement officer to scan any credit or ATM cards and seize any money connected with that card. 

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        • After 20 years of Reagan/Bush/Bush administrations appointing conservative justices, the American court system is as polarized as the populace. Consequently, constitutional interpretations in legal cases depend mostly on WHO the deciding judges are. However, to independent and impartial legal experts, this police practice in Oklahoma is blatantly unconstitutional.

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  1. God bless ‘Marrika! And now, what’s to keep them from phoning the bank and simply asking that your money by transferred into the police fund, then forcing you to hire a lawyer to get it back? What would be the lawyer’s fee: 50% of recovery? What a bunch of brain dead sheep “Marrikans” are to even allow this shit to begin! I’ve always had difficulty understanding the concept of police state democracy. At what point does police “security” become more onerous, costly and dangerous to limb and life than no police at all? Obviously that point was crossed long ago in Marrika (as in North Korea). I’m reminded of a quote: America isn’t a democracy, it’s a pay-to-play political system.

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