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@ Ed Jenkins: The citizens have never wanted these dangerous drug cops in their community and are angry with this horrible drug cops who are trying to harm our family friendly state with dangerous illegal drug sales which these drug cops are attempting to push on our innocent children and drug cops are attempting to gain more access to in order to make money from selling drugs. For years, the Sunrise, Fla., police have been conducting what are called "reverse stings." Undercover police detectives play the role of cocaine dealers and try to lure in potential buyers who drive or fly in from all over the country with wads of cash. If the stings are successful, informants can receive large payouts and police can seize cash, cars and other non-monetary assets. The busts have pumped millions of dollars into local coffers. "They can take their cars, jewelry," "One fella told us a cop said, 'Hey, I like the sunglasses you're wearing,' and snatched them, so there is a real profit motive for the police." Informants in these stings can also make a lot of money. According to Sunrise police reports, one informant not connected to Borjas' case was paid a total of $800,000 over five years for bringing drug buyers into sting operations.
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@ Ed Jenkins: "The court should immediately rule this absurd concept using illegal drugs unconstitutional." Ed, it's obvious that you don't understand the 10th Amendment to the Constitution. States are not bound to enforce federal law. Booze used to be illegal and we repealed that law. Not returning slaves to their masters used to be illegal under the fugitive slave act, and we repealed that law. "those behind this effort to push illegal drugs in our communities should be arrested." It is the violation of the first amendment to arrest someone for advocating drug law reform. Ed, it's a good thing that our marijuana-growing founding fathers insisted on a Bill of Rights, otherwise our country would be no different than an Islamofascist Taliban State.
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