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Mexican Standoff - US Border Patrol Agent's Checkpoint Challenge of Silent Citizen 

Mexican Standoff - US Border Patrol Agent's Checkpoint Challenge of Silent Citizen, 5 January 2014, Rob Trudell exercises a 5th Amendment Right to Remain Silent. Right to use the bathroom. Baños

How you doing, sir? Where are you coming from today? Do you speak English? Spanish? Habla Española? Português? Are you? Where? Are you a United States Citizen, sir? Okay, do you have any passports? ID? Okay, do you speak English? Española? Português? Do you talk? Could you pull over there please?

How are you doing today, sir? Where are you coming from? Do you speak English? Spanish? Any? Alright, you're not going to answer my questions? Alright. This is an Immigration Checkpoint. You are being detained until you answer our questions. Is that clear? Okay, you've got cameras on. You have to use the bathroom? You can use the bathroom.

After 150 feet turn right, Highway 85.

He's got



Added: Mar-5-2014 Occurred On: Jan-5-2014
By: RobertTrudell
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Regional News, Citizen Journalism
Tags: Right to Remain Silent, 5th Amendment, Border Patrol, Checkpoint, Baños, Restroom, Bathroom, Immigration, Spike Strip, Stop Stick, Mexican Standoff, Federal Agent, DHS, Department of Homeland Security,
Location: Gila Bend, Arizona, United States (load item map)
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