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Illegal immigrant Jose Manuel Marino-Najera is suing the Border Patrol over dog bites he sustained after entering America illegally and carrying drugs into the country. Marino-Najera claims his human rights were violated after United States Border Patrol officers unleashed canine agents on him before he was arrested on a “cartel controlled” section of the Mexican border.
Jose Manuel Marino-Najera reportedly became an illegal immigrant after choosing to have coyotes – human smugglers, help him get across the U.S. border with Mexico. To garner the help of the coyotes, Marino-Najera allegedly had to agree to tote a large bag full of marijuana for the drug cartel.

Read more at http://www.inquisitr.com/1672585/illegal-immigrant-sues-border-patrol-over-dog-bites-sustained-during-drug-arrest/#bjtewwllBDM4A6Hg.99

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Michigan state Rep. Tom McMillin, R-Rochester Hills, introduced two bills that would regulate and set penalties on the use of military-grade surveillance devices that go by names that include “Hailstorm” and “Stingray.” The technology is used by law enforcement in Oakland County, Mich.

“Among other things, this technology can mimic cell towers to collect data, and citizens wouldn’t have any way of knowing their privacy or, worse, their rights have been violated,” McMillin said in a news release. “To me, that runs into our constitutional rights.”

http://www.landlinemag.com/Story.aspx?StoryID=27430

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There is no such thing as an unpreventable accident according to the US Navy. Anyone who cannot control his sidearm should not only not be an officer, but not allowed to carry firearms.
http://photographyisnotacrime.com/2014/07/29/iowa-cop-accidentally-discharges-gun-pursuing-man-experiencing-medical-condition/

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