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Illegal Homeland Security Roving Patrol Traffic Stop

While driving to a remote work site late in the evening on May 14, 2008, I was targeted by a Federal Homeland Security Agent on roving patrol and followed for several miles along SR86 in Southern Arizona. After following me for some distance, the agent initiated a traffic stop absent reasonable suspicion along a deserted stretch of this unlit two lane highway. There were no developed shoulders along the side of the road making it impossible to completely pull out of the lane of traffic.

Additionally, the presence of several blind curves in the area make for dangerous conditions, especially at night. Testifying to this fact are multiple makeshift crosses from roadside memorials in the area.

SR86 is a public highway that runs East - West. It's also over 40 miles North of the international border with Mexico and never intersects the border at any point.

When I first noticed the veh

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Added: May-25-2008 
By: CheckpointUSA
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Tags: Homeland, Security, police, state, roving, patrol, immigration, Border, Patrol
Location: Three points, Arizona, United States (load item map)
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