Apr 25, 2016, 5:43 PM
Let us see what I may have done which prompted both cops to stop me illegally.
Re: [chinagringo] Purchasing a car in MX ... driving it back and forth to the U.S.
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In Kentucky, I had my cruise control set at around 55 mph, in a construction zone. he was parked at the end of the construction zone. AFTER I passed him, I dialed cc up to 70, the normal speed limit. He came racing after me. He told me he had clocked me at 70 in a 55 zone. Pure and total lie. he hoped to steal my car, and make brownie points with his boss. As I note below in nearly a million miles I have never had a speeding ticket and I was not speeding then, either. I wrote a really nasty letter to the Commissioner of the KY HP and told him it will eventually be stopped. The US is the wrong country to pull garbage like that on law abiding citizens.
They get away with it, because dummies believe cops don't lie and so any jury trial the innocent citizen loses.
In Mississippi, south of Hattiesburg, around 9:30 pm, I had cruise control on the posted speed limit. I came up to a rental truck being pawed through by Mississippi's finest. Being from Texas, I pulled over to the left lane as required by law and went on.
A few miles north I spotted a HP car racing frantically to catch me. He pulled in behind me like a hawk pursuing a rabbit he planned to eat. Finally, probably after contacting HQ for my car i.d, he pulled me over.
He came up behind my car on foot, and gave a mighty tug on my rear hatch, trying to get it open. He failed.
Then, he walked around to my wife's side of the car, and rattled off some pure garbage, that he wasn't sure, but maybe I had not pulled over to the outside lane when I passed the emergency vehicle. He said he wasn't sure, but he just wanted us to know the law. I was from Texas, and that law if well known. That scared me, that I could be accused of something I didn't do. Of course, as events passed on, I learned he knew very well I had done nothing wrong.
We went on then. So, my heroic patriotic friend, what was it I did to deserve being treated like that? Nothing. Absolutely nothing. I was in compliance with all laws; all lights were working. I was wide awake and driving correctly. He hoped to steal my car.
As far as trying to illegally enter my car, what reason would there be to enter my car illegally if he just wanted to tell me to pull over when there is an emergency vehicle? Same as above. No reason at all. He hoped to be able to 'drop' something in my car, then steal it. The desk clerk in Hattiesburg told me there had been many complaints from others in that stretch of highway at night.
I have communicated with people all over the country and many report the same false stops. In fact, about two hours before the Miss. bandits stopped me, my son, who had the same destination, was stopped on a false, illegal stop in Arkansas. That bandit's excuse was, he swerved. His wife was awake and he did not swerve all. This was not the first time he experienced an illegal stop.
These criminals in blue simply make something up and pull people over, in hopes of stealing a car or cash.
Google for Tenaha, Texas. There they didn't use waivers. They told people, we will confiscate your children if you do not sign over your BMW or Caddy plus whatever cash they had, or whatever it was.
Read Yucalandia's statistics again.
It is people like you who enable these criminals. With no evidence at all, you defame those innocent people who have had that bad experience. And, cause others to assume ALL IS WELL, and I am just upset because I got nailed for my various crimes and traffic offenses. Note in nearly a million miles I have never had a moving violation, and I did not commit one when they stopped me, either.
It isn't well. I am far more afraid of cops in the US than in Mexico, and yes, I once had a shake-down attempt in La Paz in the Valley of Mexico, so I know it happens. But, in Mexico, they want maybe hundreds of dollars, not your car.