Skip to comments.Washington subway police to begin random bag checks
Posted on 12/16/2010 1:40:00 PM PST by ConjunctionJunction
Officers will start random bag inspections on the sprawling Washington subway system, the Washington Metro Transit Police said on Thursday, a week after a man was arrested for making bomb threats to the rail system. Metrorail police officers plan to randomly select bags before passengers enter subway stations and they will swab them or have an explosives-sniffing dog check the bags, according to the Metro police.
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“May I see your Warrant officer?”
Not long before they use Porn Scanners at school entrances.
Better check those pink Dora bags for suspicious snack-like substances.
Good to know these brave heroes are protecting us.
Expect a reply, “Your papers, please.”
Instead of TSA and bag checks why not just close the borders?
A huge difference.
One word: Profiling
The lack of a willingness to profile causes them to resort to random searches. Random searches will cause more people to choose to drive instead. More people driving cars will cause Global Warming. Therefore, not profiling is causing Global Warming. Get the word out to your liberal friends!
Because the aim isn't to be effective. It's to crap on Americans.
Exactly the right question.
You must be one of those crazy, tea-partier people or something.
That’ll work okay until the first time they search a Muslim-then there’ll be hell to pay.
Nah, they’ll just exempt the Muslims. Or have them “search” themselves.
Another installment on the price we pay for having Muzlims in our country.
You mean they are going to subvert the constitution once more and conduct searches without warrants?
looks as if members of the bar will have a decade of full-employment filing Fourth Amendment cases
Irish grandmas better leave their weed and firearms at home, or wear burkas. Muslims are exempt.
>>May I see your Warrant officer?<<
Precisely. Until we are under Martial law, this is totally and utterly unconstitutional.
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