As I said here, and I quote, "that means there are more. Logic dictates that there have to be more."
I was right.
For yet another person has come forward detailing her horror story of being cavity searched by thugs in uniform:
But these kinds of border searches are notorious. They go on all the time, and anybody in this country who still doesn't know that is . . . well, let's be charitable and call them naive.
You don't have rights at the border. You don't have rights at the border. If you think you do, you're wrong. And the authorities will set you straight.
Just like they set Loretta Van Beek straight.
Since Van Beek came out with her story, other women have also come forward.
Van Beek lost her lawsuit, because the corrupt system of "justice" in this country sided with the corrupt Customs and Border Protection agency -- quelle surprise.
These people were all sexually assaulted. Sexually assaulted by U.S. authorities. With no consequences for those authorities. So they can just keep on doing whatever they want, whenever they want, to whomever they want. As Radley Balko points out, judges are on their side.
Land of the Free. Yeah, right.
Oh, and by the way, for all the naysayers out there, Supreme Court Justice William Brennan wrote: "Indefinite involuntary incommunicado detentions 'for investigation' are the hallmark of a police state, not a free society." (Oooh, scary "p" word again!)
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