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    Police Given DUI Tickets when on Pool Toys in Australia

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    Post by Lobo Tue 03 Jan 2017, 4:06 pm

    COMMENT: Hi Martin – Police in Australia hit a new low last week charging people with DUI while floating on pool toys in Sydney Harbour claiming they are a “vessels”. Really appreciate all the work you do and you’ve got a big following down under!
    Keep it up Ben. Youtube title is: Australian Police Charge DUI On Pool Toys
    REPLY: The police are no longer here to protect society. They are here to extract as much money from us at gun point. This is precisely how Rome fell. Once there was not enough money to pay pensions, the army began sacking their own cities to get paid.
    Police are hitting new lows on a global basis.
    I was just given a parking ticket for not being directly within the white lines on Christmas Day on private property in from of Starbucks and the cop gave two other cars parking tickets while we were waiting inside in line. Of course it is illegal. But you then have to hire a lawyer, go to court, take off a day, wait for hours, to stand up and say he had no jurisdiction to write parking tickets on private property. So what happens? You pay the fine.
    https://www.armstrongeconomics.com/world-news/taxes/police-given-dui-tickets-when-on-a-raft-in-australia/

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