Refusing a Search is a Right, Not a Provocation

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Refusing a Search is a Right, Not a Provocation:

I realize things are tense right now. We should certainly respect and be aware of that when interacting with law enforcement officers. But to verbally refuse a request to search is an exercise of one’s rights. It isn’t a provocation. That Riddick and other police officials seem to see it as the latter is telling – and a big problem.

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