Tennessee Vampire Cops Set Up 'No Refusal' DUI Checkpoints With Mandatory Blood DrawsChristopher Menahan | InformationLiberation
Dec. 31, 2015
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The Tennessee Highway Patrol is out for blood this New Year. They're setting up multiple "no refusal" checkpoints throughout the state whereby they can forcibly strap you down to a table and take your blood without your consent.
The Times Free Press reports:
The Tennessee Highway Patrol will enforce a "no refusal" traffic safety policy from New Year's Eve to Monday, January 4, 2016, in a effort the agency says will reduce the number of fatal crashes over the holiday.The checkpoints will be located in the counties of Knox (Knoxville District); Hamilton (Chattanooga District); Davidson (Nashville District); Shelby (Memphis District); Washington (Fall Branch District); Putnam (Cookeville District); Lawrence (Lawrenceburg District); and Hardin (Jackson District).
Readers should be on the lookout if they want to avoid these vampire cops, they claim the location of the checkpoints will be on their website but I can't find anything beyond general districts. The Waze app is probably your best bet if you're not in the mood to be drained.
UPDATE: Reader Nine Inch Nail shared in the comments below that the checkpoint list can be found here (.pdf), here's a pastebin mirror in .txt format.
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