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By Wade Eldridge, Attorney at Law
As you may have heard by now, the City of Golden, Colorado, has begun an aggressive campaign of ticketing motorcyclists for allegedly loud exhaust mufflers. Rumor has it that more than 120 (one hundred twenty) tickets have already been issued so far this summer.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation is gearing up to create a massive computer database of people's physical characteristics, all part of an effort the it says is to better identify criminals and terrorists.
The FBI wants to use eye scans, combined with other data, to help identify suspects.
It's an issue that raises major privacy concerns -- what one civil liberties expert says should concern all Americans.
This article by FastFred Ruddock, January 15, 2007, deals with just what the title says it does...Bikers, Civil Disobedience, and the United States Constitution.
Justin Delfino looked out the window of his Ahwatukee home and couldn't believe what he was seeing.
It was shortly after noon on July 23 and several men dressed in black jeans and green shirts were getting out of an unmarked white Suburban, casually putting on flak jackets and helmets.
Soon the men were lingering in front of his neighbor's house in the upscale gated subdivision of quarter-million-dollar homes.
Cities from New York to Denver are giving motorcyclists the silent treatment.
And that worries riders rights groups, which fear that a wave of ordinances aimed at muffling Harley-Davidsons, hushing Hondas and stifling Suzukis will create a confusing patchwork of laws that motorcyclists won't be able to navigate. The motorcycle industry is concerned it could turn these frustrated riders away.