Domestic Militarization Comes to San Bernardino County

Update: Marine “Military Presence” Confirmed in San Bernardino County

Marine Corps Air and Ground Combat Center (MCAGCC) Provost Marshal (head of a unit of military police) and the local California Highway Patrol office will begin working together 12/12 — and through the holiday season — in a joint effort to reduce accidents and drinking and driving. The combined mutual cooperation between the Marine Corps Military Police and State enforcement officers will begin somewhere along Highway 62. The CHP will set up DUI roadblocks with the presence of Military Police. A violation of the Posse Comitatus Act.

Also see:

Washington Post: 20,000 More U.S. Troops To Be Deployed For “Domestic Security”

Homeland Security Now Spying on Americans

Alex Jones Radio Show


KCDZ FM 107.7

Gary Daigneault discussed the ramifications of this joint effort today on his 107.7 F.M. Talk Back show. Mr. Daigneault and his callers seemed to be very concerned. On its face, one may think this is a good idea. But it’s not. I agree with Mr. Daigneault and his callers. Most of which seemed to think this is a very bad idea. Mr. Daigneault contacted a Constitutional Law expert, and the attorney informed him this is absolutely unconstitutional. It’s NOT permitted under the Posse Comitatus Act of 1878, 8 U.S.C. § 1385. It’s my understanding that the Constitutional Law expert said CHP officers could be arrested out there working with the Military Police because it’s a “felony.”

Democracy depends upon abiding by the U.S. Constitution. Therefore, I challenge anyone to go out there and put a citizens arrest of the CHP officers, then call 9-1-1 and have a sheriff come out and take charge of your prisoner. Just kidding, of course, but a very brazen citizen legally could attempt to such a thing. But don’t even think about it.

Many of his callers vocalized that this joint effort or mutual cooperation between the military and the CHP is going to be very intimidating. They (as I) are very concerned the CHP is going through with this action. It’s not really clear what the specific role of the Military Police will be… To assist; to observe; to train; to make a strong military presence; to take charge of military offenders detained by the CHP? Nonetheless, whatever, it’s unconstitutional; it’s a felony. I contacted the Morongo CHP office.* The dispatcher said the program will be in effect tonight. When I asked here were it was going to be, she said call back tonight after 7:00 P.M. But I politely protested, these DUI check stops are public. She said I have to speak with CHP Public Affairs officer after seven.* A call to the CHP Public Affairs Officer’s number* after seven got a recorded message to call from 9-5 during business hours. Query: why wasn’t I told that?

By the Posse Comitatus Act of 1878, 20 Stat. 152, 18 U.S.C. § 1385, it was provided that “it shall NOT (emphasis added) be lawful to employ any part of the Army of the United States, as a posse comitatus, or otherwise, for the purpose of executing the laws, except in such cases and under such circumstances as such employment of said force may be expressly authorized by the Constitution or by act of Congress… .” The effect of this prohibition, however, was largely nullified by a ruling of the Attorney General “that by Revised Statutes 5298 and 5300 [10 U.S.C. §§ 332, 334] the military forces, under the direction of the President, could be used to assist a marshal. 16 Ops. Atty. Gen. 162.” B. RICH, THE PRESIDENTS AND CIVIL DISORDER 196 n.21 (1941).

Okay, as far as I know the President has not given direction to the local CHP to deploy the USMC on public roads in order to setup a military presence during routine DUI check stops in the Basin. It’s not allowed. Whoever came up with plan in the CHP in my opinion is abusing their powers. Where is the public necessity or authority to do this? There is none — unless the Commander in Chief made the call. It’s also my opinion, the CHP has made a very bad choice in their joint venture with the Marine Corps. Though I have intrinsic belief that the CHP has the very best of intentions, however, good intentions does not override the U.S. Constitution.

I know the Marine Corps has the best of intentions too. But the best of intentions is not cause to trump the Constitution.

Late this afternoon, I spoke with the Provost Marshal office, Corporal Knuesn. He indicated this may happen. I then spoke with the MCAGCC Public Affairs Chief, Gunny Sgt. Chris Cox.** He was very cooperative and informative about the mutual efforts of the Military Police and the CHP: “They will be working closely over the month to cut down of traffic accidents,” he said, “the Military Police will observe DUI check points and watch for their own guys. The intent is to have Military Presence out there.”

Gunny Cox explains that Hwy. 62 is one of the most dangerous highways out here. No doubt it is.

The Public Affairs Chief also explained, “they will not participate [assist the CHP] because they are not concerned [lack of jurisdiction] with California law.” I must say, Gunny Sgt. Cox is one extremely nice guy. And his good intentions — to save his guys from injuries or worse — was certainly manifested. May good fortune be with this Marine.

It’s little encroachments like this that undermine the Constitution. Then one day you wake up, and it gone. [See Franklin quote, infra-]. I can see numerous scenarios during those DUI check stops. To name a few: The Military Police go to the aid of the CHP to take down a civilian bad guy. A drunken teen. Unruly tweakers. Will the Military Police be armed? Do they have any sort orders of engagements?

* ** The bottom line: I urge anyone and everyone who believes in the Constitution, United States Codes, and Posse Comitatus — to do something! What can you do? To begin with, I suggest you contact the local Joshua Tree CHP Public Affairs Officer, Officer McLoud, at: 760. 366.3707 and voice your concern. Further, you can contact the MCAGCC Public Affairs Chief on the base at: 760.830.5476 or 760. 830.6213. Moreover, contact the Provost Marshal office at: 760.830.4215.

Voice your concerns. That’s just a start. Contact state officials and legislatures. Write letters to the editor.

Thank you, Branson Hunter

“What type of government,” a woman asks, “have you given us?” To which Benjamin Franklin replies: ” A democratic Republic, madam, if you can keep it.” — “Benjamin Franklin: An American Life. Walter Isaacson (2003)

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  1. [...] follow-up call to a Marine Corps public affairs sergeant resulted in assurances that the Marines would [...]

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  7. [...] US – the so called ‘constitution-free zone‘. The bringing home of marines to help operate at DUI checkpoints in California and elsewhere. Then there is Obama’s proposed citizen militia – many have [...]

  8. [...] Domestic Militarization Comes to San Bernardino County « Big BearWhile we’re at it we should look into the legality of the State Hyway Patrol or what ever label you put on it. In 1933 FDR bribed or theatened or what ever the States to turn the Governor’s body guard organization into a roving patrol. [...]

  9. The USA is gonna get Snake Plisskenned one day by all the smaller countries who’ve had enough.

  10. [...] troops being used for law enforcement without the approval of Congress, so these statist thugs will just be there as observers, but even that has been deemed illegal by at least one lawyer. Supposedly the military police will [...]

  11. [...] the US – the so called ‘constitution-free zone‘. The bringing home of marines to help operate at DUI checkpoints in California and elsewhere. Then there is Obama’s proposed citizen militia – many have drawn [...]

  12. [...] Branson Hunter, writing for the Big Bear Observation Post blog, reports that the Marine Corps Air and Ground Combat Center (MCAGCC) and the local California Highway Patrol will be working together over the holiday “in a joint effort to reduce accidents and drinking and driving” in San Bernardino County. [...]

  13. [...] psychological operation to get the public used to seeing them on the streets. Troops have recently assisted California Highway Patrol at roadblocks supposedly to catch drunk drivers, they have assisted with Border Patrol and in other [...]

  14. [...] this month, Branson Hunter, writing for the Big Bear Observation Post blog, reported on the Marine Corps Air and Ground Combat [...]

  15. [...] this month, Branson Hunter, writing for the Big Bear Observation Post blog, reported on the Marine Corps Air and Ground Combat [...]

  16. This was 2 miles from my home. Had I gone to the Home Depot that day I would’ve probably gotten arrested. NOT for DUI but for fully blasting my mouth off at what I’d seen. Hey Branson, it says they’d continue this through December. Anymore sightings or reports?

  17. [...] this month, Branson Hunter, writing for the Big Bear Observation Post blog, reported on the Marine Corps Air and Ground Combat [...]

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  20. [...] the holiday’s “in a joint effort to reduce accidents and drinking and driving.” reports Branson Hunter. Public Affairs Chief, Gunny Sgt. Chris Cox said “They will be working closely over the month to [...]

  21. [...] this month, Branson Hunter, writing for the Big Bear Observation Post blog, reported on the Marine Corps Air and Ground Combat [...]

  22. [...] this month, Branson Hunter, writing for the Big Bear Observation Post blog, reported on the Marine Corps Air and Ground Combat [...]

  23. This is why countries like Iran want nukes. With people like those in control in Washington, who can blame them. Seems to me the only way to be left alone is having the capability to make those who would attack you think long and hard. Maybe the day will come when local communities around America will be sending their property tax dollars to purchase arms from Russia

  24. While we’re at it we should look into the legality of the State Hyway Patrol or what ever label you put on it. In 1933 FDR bribed or theatened or what ever the States to turn the Governor’s body guard organization into a roving patrol. This was completely illegal because it interfered with the county sheriff who holds a Constitutional office and who’s responsibiltyy it is to protect the county citizens from all enemys, foreign ands DOMESTIC! Both the Hyway Patrol and the Military personnel should be arrestded by the County Sheriff and be jailed for trail for treason.

  25. [...] Here’s an account of someone who spoke to spoke to one of the Marines overseeing the "mission". Quote: [...]

  26. Talk and complain all you want. It is planned and it is
    going to take place. Good, bad or whatever, get used
    to this,because, there is nothing that can be done.
    The wheels are turning and can not be stopped. The
    only advice I can give; ‘Dont break the law, behave &
    you will be alright’. The world is changing.

  27. WELCOME TO CHANGE!!!

  28. Having read all, or most of the above, I must state some of you get it, but most of you don’t. The U.S. Constitution, as we knew it, as we were brought up in our younger days through school, has been thrown out years ago behind our backs. Those of us that lived like Ostriches, had to work several jobs to support our families, never had, or took the time to keep up on what has really been going on. I am now too old to par take in the coming civil unrest, bust rest assured it will happen! The U.S. Constitution it treated as a live person by our Judicial system, and has become an interference to the Elite!

  29. Ken F, what you’re referring to does NOT include use of the military on US soil but is only for off-shore. Nice try though to excuse un-Constitutional criminal acts.

  30. This is a direct quote from wikipedia. it doesnt sound to me like they are breaking the law. Maybe people should do a little research.

    In December 1981, additional laws were enacted clarifying permissible military assistance to civilian law enforcement agencies and the Coast Guard, especially in combating drug smuggling into the United States. Posse Comitatus clarifications emphasize supportive and technical assistance (e.g., use of facilities, vessels, and aircraft, as well as intelligence support, technological aid, and surveillance) while generally prohibiting direct participation of Department of Defense personnel in law enforcement (e.g., search, seizure, and arrests). For example, a U.S. Navy vessel may be used to track, follow and stop a vessel suspected of drug smuggling, but Coast Guard Law Enforcement Detachments (LEDETS) aboard the Navy vessel would perform the actual boarding and, if needed, arrest the crew

  31. [...] roadblocks with the presence of Military Police. A violation of the Posse Comitatus Act. More here. __________________ You, you, and you, panic. The rest of you follow me. Last book read: [...]

  32. wahts the number!!!!? i want to call

  33. End of Posse Comitatus, yet another infringement on our rights by the gov’t. Add it to the ever-growing list of violations:
    They violate the 1st Amendment by opening mail, caging demonstrators and banning books like “America Deceived” from Amazon, Wikipedia and Facebook.
    They violate the 2nd Amendment by confiscating guns during Katrina.
    They violate the 4th Amendment by conducting warrant-less wiretaps.
    They violate the 5th and 6th Amendment by suspending habeas corpus.
    They violate the 8th Amendment by torturing at Gitmo.
    They violate the entire Constitution by starting illegal wars without declaration.
    Impeach them all (both parties) and save this great country.
    Last link (unless Google Books caves to the gov’t and drops the title):

    http://www.iuniverse.com/Bookstore/BookDetail.aspx?BookId=SKU-000083883

  34. Under the described label of “terror” it includes everything that is illegal, which is why a D.U.I is a act OF “Terror” … That nasty patriot act is stretching its fascist crap all over while americans are in the malls, filling their tanks, eating out, blogging. hmmm??
    If you give them comfort you can take their god given rights away!

  35. According to US law this is EXTREMELY illegal and ANY military personel taking part in any such thing can do prison time for it! What the hell are they thinking??

  36. [...] with the Military Police because its a felony. You can read more about this travesty at Domestic Militarization Comes to San Bernardino County Big Bear Observation Post I’ve always believed that checkpoints are an infringement of our right to freely travel without [...]

  37. [...] (Internet lingo for “the end of the world as we know it”)? You’ve got Marines manning DUI roadblocks in California, and you’ve got the Swiss fleeing their banking system for gold. [...]

  38. Posse Comitatus has been rescinded. Weren’t you paying attention:

    In a stealth maneuver, President Bush has signed into law a provision which, according to Senator Patrick Leahy (D-Vermont), will actually encourage the President to declare federal martial law (1). It does so by revising the Insurrection Act, a set of laws that limits the President’s ability to deploy troops within the United States. The Insurrection Act (10 U.S.C.331 -335) has historically, along with the Posse Comitatus Act (18 U.S.C.1385), helped to enforce strict prohibitions on military involvement in domestic law enforcement. With one cloaked swipe of his pen, Bush is seeking to undo those prohibitions.

    Public Law 109-364, or the “John Warner Defense Authorization Act of 2007″ (H.R.5122) (2), which was signed by the commander in chief on October 17th, 2006, in a private Oval Office ceremony, allows the President to declare a “public emergency” and station troops anywhere in America and take control of state-based National Guard units without the consent of the governor or local authorities, in order to “suppress public disorder”

    http://enigmafoundry.wordpress.com/2007/03/21/posse-comitatus-requiescat-in-pace/

  39. Hi,

    They are lying to you.

    If the military is mobilizing in California, it is NOT about preventing accidents by drunk drivers. Maybe you do not know. The US Government is mobilizing for an attack , or invasion, by our enemies on the west coast. There are troops mobilized in Canada on the west coast as well.

    This is about anticipating a WAR, not holiday traffic. We have had threats from the Russia-Iran alliance, who had been clear in shooting missiles our way before Obama gets into office. This will be especially true if there is a conflict between Israel and Iran, who has stated clearly it is going to blow Israel up soon.

    Prepare for a military attack, and an all out war. Forget your complaints about the traffic issues. The east coast will be next, but the west coast is more accessible from Russia than the east coast is. The east coast will require a different strategy.

    marianne

    http://heavenawaits.wordpress.com/

    http://heavenawaits.wordpress.com/preparing-for-riots-and-violence-in-our-homeland/

  40. I LOVE LISTENING TO U RIGHT NOW ON ALEX JONES SHOW I LIVE IN AUSTIN AND KNOW ALEX WE LAST COUNT I GOT HOLD OF WAS OVER 116 NEW MALE UNITS THROWN UP BY TEXAS CORRECTIONS BUT I FOUND OUT DIFFERENT AS I DID TIME FOR POSS OF CONT. SUB. AND WAS MOVED TO 5 EMPTY NEW UNITS ALL OVER TEXAS TO KEEP US OFF THE CENSUS THESE UNITS WERE NOT BEING USED AND HAD VERY FEW INMATES IN THEM WE WERE TOLD BY EMPLOYEES THAT THEY WERE CAMPS TO HOLD CIVILIANS IN CASE OF TERRORISM OR RIOTS SO I HAVE BEEN THERE AND SEEN 5 OF THEM AND CAN GIVE YOU THE LOCATIONS .THE ONE ALEX MENTIONED HAS JUST GONE UP AT THE OLD CAMP SWIFT ON HWY. 95 IN BASTROP THERE IS ALREADY A FEDERAL PRISON OUT THERE AND I HAVE SEEN THE HUGE OLYMPIC SIZE POOL CHRIS RYAN

  41. Time for a few calls to the California elected representatives at both the state and federal levels. I’m sure the state rep from San Bernadino should have their toes roasted a bit for this. And hey, what do those pesky Senators do, anyway: give em all a call (or two)!!

  42. [...] follow-up call to a Marine Corps public affairs sergeant resulted in assurances that the Marines would [...]

  43. Probably just getting some training from CHP, so when NorthCom turns soldiers loose next year, they will Civil police action experience.

    I think we should try to sell the U.S. Constitution for cash, all over the world…

    … we aren’t using it anymore… so maybe we can make some money with it.

    sheesh… You can thank public education for leading us into a time when reasonably smart folks, haven’t got a clue about history and why there ever was a U.S. constitution.

    “Government is not reason; it is not eloquence. It is force. And force, like fire, is a dangerous servant and a fearful master.” George Washington

  44. CHP actually doesn’t have the legal authority to even ASK the military for aid of any kind whatsoever. Furthermore, any military official who even bothers to reply to such requests without the express consent of Congress, is derelict of his duties and should be subject to prosecution both in the civilian court system, as well as the UCMJ.

  45. “Not an encroachment” — are you serious or is this another version of the “Onion” news? Has is really gone down this bad in the US? Tell me now so I can get the hell out of here. No fun, bad times economically, and then you get caught by THE FEDS, for having two egg nogs, and being “officially a DUI” even though two holiday (CHRISTMAS) eggnogs, would be nothing on most men and women. Give me a friggin break! F YOU! Eat me.

  46. Why don’t your average Californians know about this breach of local vs. federal agencies? This really is HUGE deal. Never before have the feds been in charge of things like DUI’s.

    I think a Military organization that is allowed to do civilian duties amounts basically to a police state. What else do you call it? I don’t care if there’s not “enough money to spend so we have to have Federal Police do what local police” are usually in charge of.

    This is totally and completely not in our Constitution. As a true and Patriotic American, I am completely and totally befuddled by this and will not sit tight until I know what / and if / this is totally true. It doesn’t even sound true. I simply cannot believe they can get some one on a CHRISTMAS eggnog for a DUI. This is getting STUPID.
    Especially if it IT BECOMES A FEDERAL ISSUE. Give me a mother F**king break! Come on for Christ Sake. This is stupid to the 10th degree. Save lives, but don’t ruin Christmas!

  47. WELL GODDAMN! SINCE YOU INSIST THAT I GIVE YOU MY NAME, I CANNOT NOW MAKE AN HONEST COMMENT, FOR FEAR OF BEING ARRESTED, TORTURED AND/OR KILLED.

  48. Thank you George W. Bush for bringing fascist rule to the Homeland. Does any rational human doubt Bush is the worst president in US history?

  49. Better scream long and loud. This is the proverbial “nose of the camel”. The current crop of jack-booted thugs who are “authorized” to do these things are bad enough. Wait till you encounter the tender mercies of the 19-year-old “Gyrene” who thinks you’re “the enemy”!
    Wake up people!

  50. When did martial law start? Funny that I must have missed the President and Congress announce it. Step one in starting a Communist or Fascist state, military units used to enforce Civil law, step two take away citizens rights to bear arms, I refer to the incident in Winsconsin where a man wearing a holstered firearm on HIS OWN property was arrested for disorderly conduct… Can you hear it now? Listen very carefully, it is the sound of the Constitution being torn up.

  51. well, guess the bushco are gonna declare marshal law by the 20th if Jan?

  52. [...] Branson Hunter, writing for the Big Bear Observation Post blog, reports that the Marine Corps Air and Ground Combat Center (MCAGCC) and the local California Highway Patrol will be working together over the holiday “in a joint effort to reduce accidents and drinking and driving” in San Bernardino County. [...]

  53. Wake up and smell the encroaching fascism…

    The Marines have absolutely no legal standing or business to enforce anything on any California highway. State highway corridors are under California Highway Patrol jurisdiction.

    The way it works, and both the CHP and the military already know this, is that if a military driver is busted at a DUI checkpoint or while driving, that military person goes to the county jail for DUI processing and then his commanding officer is notified.

    For the military to be in place at such checkpoints is a fascist intimidation tactic which violates the Posse Comitatus Act of 1878, 8 U.S.C. § 1385.

  54. Let us not forget that Governor S’s father was a Nazi.
    “a film producer who chronicled Arnold Schwarzenegger’s rise to fame as a champion bodybuilder in the 1970s circulated a book proposal six years ago that quoted the young Mr. Schwarzenegger expressing admiration for Adolf Hitler.” The book proposal by the producer, George Butler, included what were presented as verbatim excerpts from interviews
    This effort would have been approved of in Germany
    in 1933-1945…and now the son of a Nazi is approving
    it in California. Lite Fascism for Amerika.

  55. The plantation is constructed in the name of “The War on Terror”, “The War on Drugs”, “Save The Children” and, in this case, “The War on Drunk Drivers”.

    But – once the plantation is built, you people it however ye may.

  56. Seems we are getting different info from the CHP and the USMC concerning the joint CHP and Marine civilian DUI roadblocks.

    Update: for those whom didn’t listen to the Alex Jones Show today — I was on his show — the Public Affairs Chief on the Marine Base said today — when I talk to him on the phone before going on the show — the joint venture DUI road check in concert with the CHP were” a one shot deal.” Next, he said if the opportunity arises to learn from the expert [law enforcement] they would take advantage of it, like the have in North Carolina.

    I also spoke on the telephone this morning the CHP Public Affairs officer, Officer McLoud, Joshua Tree station, he did in fact state that if there is going to be much public opposition to their working in concert with the Military, he would discontinue it. Call him and voice your concerns @ 760.366.3707.

    Though these checks are public info, the CHP has been rather dubious in revealing the times and locations.

    Officer McLoud says Friday that these joint checks are going to continue through December.

    He didn’t know what the rules of engagement are for the Marines. When I asked the Marine Public Affairs Chief if the Marines are armed, he fluffed it off and said only that these checks are for training.

    Both the CHP Officer and Marine spokesman fervently denied these joinyt Civilian/military DUI roadblock checks are NOT a violation of the Constitution Posse Comitatus Clause. 8 USC 1385. Of course these folks are not attorneys… how would/could they possible know?

    Branson

  57. I have always believed that California is a fascist state.

  58. Gary Daigneault news director from kcdz fm on the Alex Jones Radio Show

    Subject : California State Police and the Marines conducting DUI drunk driving check points.

    Gary and local bloggers catch the Marines lying about the military involvement with check points.

    http://adap2k.blogspot.com/2008/12/chp-marines-military-check-points-dui.html

  59. Clearly….the constitution is being undermined.

    Psychology: “Foot in the door phenomenon” – where after asking for a small favour and receiving it, asking for a larger favour will make it more likely that you will receive it.”

    This is just a start.

    If you don’t do anything about it, what does it say about you?

  60. [...] Militarization Comes to San Bernardino County Domestic Militarization Comes to San Bernardino County Big Bear Observation Post Anyone seen any of these checkpoints yet? I haven’t but I hope they really reconsider before doing [...]

  61. [...] In Posse Comitatus on December 15, 2008 at 9:54 pm   Posted on 2008 December 14 by bbvm http://bbvm.wordpress.com/2008/12/14/domestic-militarization-comes-to-san-bernardino-county/ Marine Corps Air and Ground Combat Center (MCAGCC) Provost Marshal (head of a unit [...]

  62. The sheer lack of respect for constitutional law in Western democracies is becoming endemic. The amount of passivity to this lack of respect is even greater. The cost is and will be a loss of personal liberty and democracy.

  63. [...] Branson Hunter, writing for the Big Bear Observation Post blog, reports that the Marine Corps Air and Ground Combat Center (MCAGCC) and the local California Highway Patrol will be working together over the holiday “in a joint effort to reduce accidents and drinking and driving” in San Bernardino County. [...]

  64. [...] Branson Hunter, writing for the Big Bear Observation Post blog, reports that the Marine Corps Air and Ground Combat Center (MCAGCC) and the local California Highway Patrol will be working together over the holiday “in a joint effort to reduce accidents and drinking and driving” in San Bernardino County. [...]

  65. [...] Branson Hunter, writing for the Big Bear Observation Post blog, reports that the Marine Corps Air and Ground Combat Center (MCAGCC) and the local California Highway Patrol will be working together over the holiday “in a joint effort to reduce accidents and drinking and driving” in San Bernardino County. [...]

  66. [...] Branson Hunter, writing for the Big Bear Observation Post blog, reports that the Marine Corps Air and Ground Combat Center (MCAGCC) and the local California Highway Patrol will be working together over the holiday “in a joint effort to reduce accidents and drinking and driving” in San Bernardino County. [...]

  67. [...] Branson Hunter, writing for the Big Bear Observation Post blog, reports that the Marine Corps Air and Ground Combat Center (MCAGCC) and the local California Highway Patrol will be working together over the holiday “in a joint effort to reduce accidents and drinking and driving” in San Bernardino County. [...]

  68. [...] the holiday’s “in a joint effort to reduce accidents and drinking and driving.” reports Branson Hunter. Public Affairs Chief, Gunny Sgt. Chris Cox said ““They will be working closely over the [...]

  69. [...] Branson Hunter, writing for the Big Bear Observation Post blog, reports that the Marine Corps Air and Ground Combat Center (MCAGCC) and the local California Highway Patrol will be working together over the holiday “in a joint effort to reduce accidents and drinking and driving” in San Bernardino County. [...]

  70. [...] Branson Hunter, writing for the Big Bear Observation Post blog, reports that the Marine Corps Air and Ground Combat Center (MCAGCC) and the local California Highway Patrol will be working together over the holiday “in a joint effort to reduce accidents and drinking and driving” in San Bernardino County. [...]

  71. [...] Branson Hunter, writing for the Big Bear Observation Post blog, reports that the Marine Corps Air and Ground Combat Center (MCAGCC) and the local California Highway Patrol will be working together over the holiday “in a joint effort to reduce accidents and drinking and driving” in San Bernardino County. [...]

  72. Call the cops and the military to complain? Sorry, but, drugs? These people serve those who own you. Asking them to stop is about as sensible as asking the hangman for clemency.

  73. Treason! I’m calling now!

  74. [...] Big Bear Observation Post December 14, 2008 [...]

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