Homeland Security Thugs Break Driver's Window (continued)
by ROBERT TRUDELL
Trudell's car is elaborately riggged with mounted cameras and one photo taken from inside his car captured the dramatic shot of the border patrol busting out his window while he sits in the drivers seat. At first glance it isn't entirely clear what transpired in the window-breaking incident, but Trudell's replies to viewers questions tell more of the story.
Trudell responds to one commenter by explaining "I didn't Consent to a Search and Remained Silent (well except for the "Hmm?" to understand his Order.)" In response to a LibertyFight.com query this morning, Trudell replied, "I was detained for 9 hours following, handcuffed for 6,ï»¿ fingerprinted, photographed, criminal history check, FBI Interview looked up, stripped everything but my shoelaces, ID and Credit Cards and placed on foot in El Cajon that night at 10:30.
The ACLU was waiting to see if they are pursuing Criminal Charges against me before filing a Civil Suit against them.-- Rob"
Here are a few more excerpts with Trudell answering various questions from viewers:
Q. What happened after?
A. "I was hoping the window would be broken open. I bought a spare ahead of time. Afterward everything I had was confiscated other than ID and Credit Cards. They held my Computers, Cameras, Phone for 21 days with no sight of when I'd get it back. I was handcuffed for 6 hours of my 9 hours in Detention. I wasn't offered a toilet for most of that time. I was set on theï»¿ streets of El Cajon at 10:30pm on foot 200 miles from home and 100 miles from my destination. I was denied covering events. --Rob
Q. Have you filed suit yet?ï»¿
A. No. The ACLU is looking at the videos.Are you familiar with things like this? What typeï»¿ of scenario could I expect in a Civil Suit? What things can we all gain? --Rob
Q. Didï»¿ they really have to bust the window or were they just being bell ends?
A. I wasn't going to open the window or door. I wasn't Consenting to a Search which they make very clear is being done with the hand held, belt mounted and shoulder mounted Sniffing devices they wave around and in Vehicles. I have no ideaï»¿ what there Cause or Suspicion was for breaking the window open. --Rob
Q. what country is that? ah, land ofï»¿ the free, i understand...
A. Landï»¿ of the Free of all Your Material Goods, and Free to Keep Your Hands Behind Your Back in Cuffs for 6 Hours, Free of Toilets for 9 Hours, and Free of Your Vehicle for the Ping Pong Weekend and Free of Cameras to Film the Senior Table Tennis Event. --Rob
Q. What did you do forï»¿ them to act like that?
A. I didn'tï»¿ Consent to a Search and Remained Silent (well except for the "Hmm?" to understand his Order.) --Rob
Q. Damm so are you going after them for damages andï»¿ property damage?
A. They gave me a SF-95ï»¿ form to file for Damages. --Rob
Q. So did they charge you withï»¿ anything?
A. I don't think so. They held my stuff for 21 days. The Property guy said he was waiting for them to file some Charges and to try to get a Search Warrant to look at my Videos (They had my Laptop, Phone and iPod also tillï»¿ today.)
A much longer 14-minute video of the same incident is here.
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