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Tennessee Police Prompt Dog To Alert After Motorist Refuses Consent To Search

Posted by on Friday, November 14th, 2014 @ 2:14 pm.


NOVEMBER 12, 2014

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. — A traffic stop along Interstate 40 is raising new questions about your constitutional rights. Among the questions: what happens to your right to say “no” to a search when police are looking for cash?

The traffic stop occurred west of Nashville, along a stretch of interstate in Dickson County that’s become well-known for a controversial practice known as “policing for profit.”

For three years, our investigation has documented how drug interdiction agencies in that area target out-of-state drivers. Those agencies fund their operations under a state law that lets them seize cash from drivers based on the suspicion that it’s drug money.

“It seems like Nazi Germany, you’ve got to have the paperwork and the proper authorities...
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