|Posted by illsoul on May 13, 2013 at 11:25 PM|
Is someone committing fraud against the American people? A recent run in with them at a bus station let me know something very interesting. The following events happened on 5/12/13 CCY, around 5:45 P.M. at a Bus Terminal in Orlando, Florida Republic, Continental United States of North America / Amexem: While attempting to travel by bus I was stopped by a U.S. Security agent pushing a grey cart who asked to search my bag, which is a net material allowing clear view into the contents inside. I placed the bag onto the cart and told him he could open it. He then asked me to open the bag, which alarmed me because if the choice to open my bag is mine then I have a right not to open the bag and proceed unmolested, especially if the agent refuses to open it while in his care. The agent for the company stated that it was against their policy to open people’s bags and that the people had to do it to allow the search. I let him know that if their policy is to not open people’s bags then essentially they have no right to search the bag at all let alone solicit in a public venue that such authority exists. On more than one occasion I tried to hand my bag to these agents to open and search and they all refused. I even told the first agent that if he told me his name (because he was wearing no badge while at work) that I would open my bag, he refused. This alarmed me because I am not aware of any policy under the Florida Department of Public Safety or the United States Constitution whereby a security guard can be on the clock/active duty without proper (visible) identification and/or in full uniform. They (U.S. Security) are not federal agents and the bus company is a private entity doing business on indigenous lands (See Florida’s History.) making them foreign to myself and the Americas and cannot abrogate my right to public transportation because they feel like it (U.S. Security agent affirmed on audio/video tape that I had not broken a rule and that he just did not want me to catch the bus). He even went as far as to coerce the driver to deny me travel, even though they are the ones who refused the search. This guy who called himself ‘Sarge’ was disrespectful, belligerent, and abusive of his position. He knew nothing of his own duties, and called me a smart ass for having a little more knowledge than him. This terrorist called another group of terrorizers to force me to leave and keep me from departing on time. The ones that arrived, like most terrorists did not want to give their cards, and refused to tell me the name of ‘Sarge’ or make him tell me, even though he called and is the alleged ‘accuser’ in this matter. In the end I experienced a breach of my peace and happiness based upon the fact that a few terrorists conspired to deny me travel. It is always amazing how they like to say things like federal law allows these kinds of searches, but cannot state where or what section of law. These idiots deny the rights the constitution protects each day they suit up. Police and security guards alike seem to believe that the law is a game of one-ups, i.e. the newest law or act wins, in spite of the fact that the original constitution prohibits deviation from its original enumeration in all forms. The enforcement of laws that are unconstitutional is tyrannical and contrary to the principles of maintaining a government of and for the people.