Kentucky Launches Full-Scale Assault on the 4th Amendment

Kentucky Launches Full-Scale Assault on the 4th Amendment

Kentucky has figured out how to allow law enforcement to completely disregard the 4th Amendment, it’s called “Operation R.A.I.D” and stands for “Remove Aggressive, Impaired and Distracted Drivers from Kentucky Roadways.”

It allows law enforcement to force you into checkpoints where you can be illegally searched.

For what specific reason can they pull you over? It could be for something as simple as drinking a cup of coffee.

“Not only just texting, but any distracting drivers. This includes eating and drinking. We are going to be out looking for those people. You’re going to see a major force when it comes time for St. Patrick’s Day weekend and holiday weekends,” said Trooper Biven of the Kentucky State Police.

The program will be active for one year.

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) — To increase driving safety, Kentucky State Police is starting a new “safe driving program”.

Operation R.A.I.D (Remove aggressive, Impaired. and Distracted Drivers from Kentucky Roadways) will remain active for one year.

Law enforcement will be more visible and the number of check points will increase.

This program will allow each post to identify target areas.

“Not only just texting, but any distracting drivers. This includes eating and drinking. We are going to be out looking for those people. You’re going to see a major force when it comes time for St. Patrick’s Day weekend and holiday weekends,” said Trooper Biven, Kentucky State Police.

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’ studies show two-thirds of all fatal crashes link to aggressive drivers.

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