Coquitlam, British Columbia Roadblocks

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David Ave on the bridge and close to Lansdowne Dr

Coquitlam, British ColumbiaNov 01, 2008

I told the officer that I was not drinking and he started asking where I have been, where I have been before that and where am I going. After the 2nd question, I told him that he is invading my privacy and I will not answer any more questions.

He pulled me over and asked me to step out of the car. I asked him why and he told me he wants to talk to me outside because I have a dog inside the car. He told me that I have attitude and asked for my drivers license and insurance papers.

I told him that my privacy is important and that he is wrong if he thinks pulling me over will make me rethink how I respond to questions next time. I was pissed off because he had nothing on me. I asked if I was free to go, he said I was.

I don’t believe road blocks should be legal where citizens have to prove that they have done nothing wrong by answering questions. The government answers to us, not the other way around.

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