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Benny2guns

The Harper government appears ready to move ahead with imposing random roadside breath testing, which a new federal discussion paper says has produced “remarkable results” in catching drunk drivers in other countries.

http://www.infowars.com/canadians-revive...eath-test/

Benny2guns

I know and agree but they already do it in Ontario and New Brunswick
we have them in the uk had them for years. it gets tsome of the drunk drivers off the road for a while
how is giving a breath test the same as searching without a warrant. something which we also have in the uk
though the police do have to justify it by saying the person looked suspicious lmao

Benny2guns

In the law it gives them the right to stop without cause at all. It started with a president setting law for catching racketeering such as drugs and the like. The president was that they did not need a warrant to search or even previous records. A tip or just plane knowing but with no proof or even thinking something was not right because of a persons life style is enough. Now....thats at a persons home or business or anywhere that person might be. Could be your home that fellow is in and your in possesion of something that is illegal of fuck knows what but they can search and charge you for what ever they find. On top of that if they find something they can then seize all of your assests. Now they are just extending the same thing to auto's under the guise of catching impaired drivers. This is why so many people were screaming about the first law, they knew only to well what was to come. Most people only see what is right in front of them and holler to blue blazes at the poor smucks trying to tell them that it's part of a larger plan. Canada is really bad for this because in reality the priminister has more power here than the president has in the states. We say no to something and it's law anyway. yes you may say well that sounds the same as the states but it has always been that way here. They will pass this, it will be law, they will use it as check point search and surveillance in the Canadian police state that already exsists.