Maryland I270 Manhunt 3/11/14

Martial Law Cannot Be Far Away Now! Massive Car To Car Warrantless Search In DC Region

Police halt Montgomery County commuters on I-270 to hunt for bank robbery suspects

Manhunt leads to massive roadblock, warrantless car-to-car searches

ROCKVILLE, MD — Thousands of motorists were brought to a standstill when police conducted a massive roadblock to find three crime suspects. Twelve lanes of traffic were shut down and swarms of armed government agents combed through a giant traffic jam performing warrantless vehicle-to-vehicle searches.

The busy Tuesday morning commute was abruptly halted just after 10:00 a.m. on March 11th. One driver told ABC News that traffic stopped and he witnessed 30 police cars pass on the shoulders of I-270 near Rockville. “Then, when I saw a wall of police officers with automatic weapons approaching our cars, it was apparent that something serious was taking place.”

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  2. Man, I’ll bet there was some pissed off truck drivers. I’m a retired driver. All those trucks stopped cost big bucks. They miss appointments to load & unload, & they may/probably sit until they can be worked in. Then their next pickup is late & they sit until they can be worked in, & on & on. All these costs are passed down, to you & I.
    Why don’t they just call the NSA? (sarcasm)

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