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Article posted Nov 25 2013, 11:49 AM Category: Tyranny/Police State Source: Digital Journal Print

Man faces felony charge because he had hidden compartment in car

A man in Northeast Ohio was arrested last Tuesday after police discovered a hidden compartment, which was emptied, and now he faces a felony charge.

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Posted: Nov 25 2013, 10:23 PM

6979 Reading the law at, hidden compartment is a violation when it's actually used or planned to be used for drug trafficking. I wonder how the state is going to prove that.

Posted: Nov 25 2013, 10:28 PM

6979 ...actually, one clause of the law makes it a felony even without the intent: if the vehicle with hidden compartment is operated by someone who already was convicted for drug trafficking. Not too unreasonable, I'd say.

Posted: Nov 26 2013, 11:27 AM

5029 @ 6979 Not too unreasonable? - Arresting and charging an individual, no matter their suspicious past, for an empty concealed container is unreasonable. It makes no difference that the law states otherwise - And only a statist would argue that it does. The fact remains - a man is arrested for nothing - a space full of nothing. As far as I can tell this "reasonable" law is a complete violation of the 4th amendment, specifically the part about being secure in a person's effects, and is ripe for challenge.

Furthermore, the authorities cited in the article charged the person using the law because of suspicions about his past and future activities. So now its ok, using a Bullsh*t law, to detain a person for UNPROVEN actions they have or will perform. Really? Really? Get real.


Posted: Dec 01 2013, 10:32 AM

82145 @6979
..."actually, one clause of the law makes it a felony even without the
intent: if the vehicle with hidden compartment is operated by
someone who already was convicted for drug trafficking. Not too
unreasonable, I'd say."
ya see this is the reason you have such a shit system of "laws" & LEOs , people seem quite happy to dump the constitution UNTIL ITS THEIR ASS ON THE LINE !
5029 has it right , hopefully more citizens wake up & open their eyes to the injustices being perpetrated in THEIR name !
peace ♡

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