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AL Cops take DNA samples at Bibb County Roadblock

Last weekend, off-duty Alabama cops set up a roadblock, which to me seems rather inappropriate to begin with. I can't set up a roadblock, so why should off-duty cops be able to?

Anyhow, they started asking drivers for saliva or blood samples, (how the hell did they do that safely?). They would pay them (with taxpayer money, of course) $10 for a saliva sample, and $50 for a blood sample.

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What I want to know is two

What I want to know is two things:

A.) Who paid them?
B.) What uniform did they wear?

A. National highway safety

A. National highway safety administration
B. Halloween costumes.

Author of Shades of Thomas Paine, a common sense blog with a Libertarian slant.

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Alabamians

got any covert photos of this?

Author of Shades of Thomas Paine, a common sense blog with a Libertarian slant.

http://shadesofthomaspaine.blogexec.com

Also author of Stick it to the Man!

http://www.amazon.com/Stick-Man-Richard-Moyer/dp/1484036417

So this is a generic photo?

Or is this a new road in Bibb county? It's bigger than any I can recall in that area, LOL!

Ron Paul convert from the Heart of Dixie

Generic, yes

That would be seven more lanes than most roads in Bibb County.

Author of Shades of Thomas Paine, a common sense blog with a Libertarian slant.

http://shadesofthomaspaine.blogexec.com

Also author of Stick it to the Man!

http://www.amazon.com/Stick-Man-Richard-Moyer/dp/1484036417