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In Plane Sight: Drug agents searching passengers for cash at airport gates

• Atlanta News First

ATLANTA, Ga. (Atlanta News First) - That passenger standing next to you at the departure gate may actually be a plain-clothes drug agent.

Atlanta News First Investigates recently tailed U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) task force officers as they walked, otherwise unnoticed, from gate to gate at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. We watched them search passengers right after they scanned their boarding passes.

"He just approached me, and he asked me for my ID," film director Tabari Sturdivant said. "He didn't state who he was. He just asked me for ID, and I thought he was a Delta agent. He had airport credentials on, and so I gave it to him immediately."

Sturdivant was flying to Los Angeles for a film project last year when he was approached by the DEA task force officers. They searched his bag in front of the other passengers boarding the flight, according to video recorded by an onlooker.

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Comment by tittiger
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Real "Law Enforcement"....  I am so tired of the misapplication of the term  "Law Enforcement". The only "Law Enforcement" mentioned in the US Constitution is the  Constitutional Militias of the several states mentioned in article  1, section  8, paragraph 15. FUK THESE GOD DAMNED CHARTER LIMITS TO HELL AND BACK! Here are some answers:  tacticalcivics.com ~MFP

Comment by tittiger
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Real "Law Enforcement"....  I am so tired of the misapplication of the term  "Law Enforcement". The only "Law Enforcement" mentioned in the US Constitution is the  Constitutional Militias of the several states mentioned in article  1, section  8, paragraph 15. FUK THESE GOD DAMNED CHARTER LIMITS TO HELL AND BACK! Here are some answers:  tacticalcivics.com ~MFP

Comment by tittiger
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Real "Law Enforcement"....  I am so tired of the misapplication of the term  "Law Enforcement". The only "Law Enforcement" mentioned in the US Constitution is the  Constitutional Militias of the several states mentioned in article  1, section  8, paragraph 15. FUK THESE GOD DAMNED CHARTER LIMITS TO HELL AND BACK! Here are some answers:  tacticalcivics.com ~MFP

Comment by tittiger
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This war on drugs was imitated, and put into action by the globalists that run this country. Like their "Opium wars" in China it allows the global elites to get rich, steal our rights, and to gain control over our police and our government. The "drug agents" scum, all work for the NWO and should in a perfect world all be charged and when convicted, hanged from the neck until dead. Then we could work our way up the food chain, and do the same to the government officials that pushed it, along with the globalists themselves.

Comment by tittiger
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This war on drugs was imitated, and put into action by the globalists that run this country. Like their "Opium wars" in China it allows the global elites to get rich, steal our rights, and to gain control over our police and our government. The "drug agents" scum, all work for the NWO and should in a perfect world all be charged and when convicted, hanged from the neck until dead. Then we could work our way up the food chain, and do the same to the government officials that pushed it, along with the globalists themselves.

Comment by tittiger
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This war on drugs was imitated, and put into action by the globalists that run this country. Like their "Opium wars" in China it allows the global elites to get rich, steal our rights, and to gain control over our police and our government. The "drug agents" scum, all work for the NWO and should in a perfect world all be charged and when convicted, hanged from the neck until dead. Then we could work our way up the food chain, and do the same to the government officials that pushed it, along with the globalists themselves.



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