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Watertown Search: Where Do We Draw the Line? Fix The VISA Procedure NOW

April 21, 2013 8:49 am0 comments
Watertown Search: Where Do We Draw the Line? Fix The VISA Procedure NOW

The video below is said to be from Watertown, Massachusetts during the search for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. Police rap the door of a house and when a man finally answers, he comes out with his hands up. There are many law enforcement officers on the scene. After a time, five or six more people exit with hands up and they are searched and sent down the street where other officers await them. I applaud law enforcement for what I know about the Watertown lock-down, but will not forget had the FBI done their job, these men and their families would not be in the U.S. I will not forget how our immigration laws make every freedom the Constitution secures for us, us easy targets.  On the one hand, a killer was on the loose and it was clear he was capable of bringing disaster to Americans. He was loose in a residential area. Police had  responsibility to keep citizens safe. How many times were residents forced to leave their homes with their hands in the air? I don’t know. Were weapons confiscated or other property? I can understand that in a house-to-house search, police might find something illegal going on unrelated to [...]

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