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Abuse of Authority: Driver's License, Please

Now that the immigration laws are being enforced and regulations to protect national security are being placed as the last one in NJ were police officers might be able to ask for your identification and failure to do that will allow them to call USCIS for assistance. You, being a US national, American citizen can get all the mess Amor Righi got into.

He's pledging innocence and wants to fight Civil Rights as Constitutions states and Ohio Laws establish. He was arrested after calling 911 and asked for help while a Circuit City Manager refused to let him go their parking lot. Officer in charge asked for a Driver's license while Mr. Righi was walking, the officer didn't read his Miranda rights as it should be and fail to produce law evidence to justify the detention of Amor Righi. He's was accused of interfering with official business!!

However, Ohio’s “stop and identify” law, says:

2921.29 (C) Nothing in this section requires a person to answer any questions beyond that person â € ™s name, address, or date of birth. Nothing in this section authorizes a law enforcement officer to arrest a person for not providing any information beyond that person â € ™s name, address, or date of birth or for refusing to describe the offense observed.

My question is if this is happening with a normal American citizen what poor immigrants should be waiting for? Please help Amor Righi, he's accepting donations through PayPal in order to fight his rights and has already decided to look for help in the ACLU. For updates follow up here.

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