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[INTERPOL doesn't] 'work with' local authorities. They tell the local authorities who to pick up, so that they dont have to get their hands dirty, and so that they can sidestep things like the American Constitution. It truly isnt rocket science, if you stand back and look at things.

Its quite sad to me, that you are more concerned about ethnicity and financial situation of an individual than the blatant abuse of your rights, but that does seem to be the general sentiment in this country.

Then again, that has been the plan all along, get the average person scared f the brown skinned guy, so that they not only overlook what is actually happeneing, but they actually advocate the taking away of their rights.

Why cant people see this?




captianyinknots, Above Top Secret 7 Comments [7/20/2012 5:52:16 AM]
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Meishayuri

Oh boy f another weirdo f thinking that Obama got f elected because f he's black, or f whatever. I wonder f if it's all just a f big fnord?

7/20/2012 7:37:26 AM

Doubting Thomas

[INTERPOL doesn't] 'work with' local authorities. They tell the local authorities who to pick up, so that they dont have to get their hands dirty

And if foreign police officers were arresting people here in the U.S., you'd be screaming about how unconstitutional it is and how foreign governments don't have jurisdiction here. You can't have it both ways.

7/20/2012 8:34:35 AM

Ebon

Why are so many Americans frightened of the law?

7/20/2012 9:38:01 AM

\m/>_<\m/

sorry, meishayuri, i didn't get your post... on to this, now: wut...

7/20/2012 9:45:15 AM

SaneChick

Extradition laws, asshole. We don't let Interpol extradite for things that we don't consider crimes. And therefore your Constitutional argument is bullshit.

7/20/2012 10:46:06 AM

fishtank

Because it's not there.

7/21/2012 1:37:45 AM

jsonitsac

@SaneChick

INTERPOL doesn't actually arrest or extradite anybody. They are more of an information sharing agency than anything else. Let's say the FBI is tracing somebody but they learn their target has left the country. They can notify INTERPOL who distributes the information to various other national law enforcement agencies. If, say, the suspect was found in France, the French Gendarmerie will notify INTERPOL/the FBI they found the suspect so the US can go and extradite him. Likewise, if the FBI knows the person has left the country, but doesn't know where he's gone INTERPOL can put out notices in every member country and can work to coordinate resources to apprehend the suspect.

7/21/2012 9:34:36 AM
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