Don't be surprised when they do. A family member of mine had some cows get loose late one night. They passed by his back door on their way toward the silage. He jumped in his truck and escorted them back to where they had broken the fence. Once across, he jumped out of his truck and proceeded to repair the fence by headlight. Suddenly, multiple sets of headlights came flying down his driveway - a back drive that privately led to the back side of his father's farm (the farms were adjoined). They arrested him for shining deer, confiscated his truck and his rifle which was in its holder in the back window of truck.
It took a year to get the charges dropped and several years to get his possessions back.
posted on 03/22/2012 5:15:30 AM PDT
(Barack has a memory like a steel trap; it's a gift ~ Michelle Obama)
I used to be skeptical of those who warned that the Homeland Security Act gave too much discretion to LEOs at all levels.
Not anymore. Lots of little dictators out there with fancy badges, guns, and carte blanche from the government.
posted on 03/22/2012 12:28:10 PM PDT
("Deport all Muslims. Nuke Mecca now. Death to Islam means freedom for all mankind.")
- I recall growing up in South Florida it was well known that county, state, or federal government agents were not welcome onto any private land of farmers and/or ranchers...
- Swamps, everglades, dense brushlands...
- Gators, Florida Cougars, Rattlers, Water Moccasins, Coral Snakes...
You could just disappear and never be found -
If you doubt this - simply inquire of an old timer down there...
Another place to respect is in the Western North Carolina mountains -
Sheriff’s Deputies will not go near some private property there -
I will not say where -
If you are curious -
Go try your luck -
It is very easy to get lost in the Smokies -
posted on 04/25/2012 11:03:55 PM PDT
(---- --------what*s in your wallet? $4000 less than in 2008----------)
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