"Road Pirates—Paid by/with your money to steal your money” is a popular poster. The saying refers to “theft by cop” (civil asset forfeiture), where police stop cars and take the cash inside—and sometimes even the entire vehicle—without the obligation to file criminal charges. “Road pirates” also refers to police who write many tickets for small offenses, harassing motorists but generating revenue.
“Road Pirates - Paid By Your Money To Steal Your Money” was cited on Twitter on November 24, 2013.
Cop Block shared Ladies of Cop Block’s photo.
October 15, 2013 ·
Lauryn, founder of Baltimore Cop Block, on the lookout for the predatory actions of area road pirates known to don Baltimore Police Department badges.
Road Pirates - Paid By Your Money To Steal Your Money - #police http://tmblr.co/ZSqJtw-INNDr
8:23 AM - 24 Nov 2013
All cops are is “Road Pirates”, paid by your money to steal your money.
5:05 PM - 27 Nov 2013
Road pirates harassing innocents.
Cop Watchers Lake Tahoe
Published on Jan 25, 2014
Road pirates harassing innocents. This guy does better than the cop in his DUI check and the cop still breathalyzes him!
A road pirate is a person that is employed by the state to steal money from you as you drive. They can be spotted hiding behind signs, parking lots or speeding past you on the road. Their cars are equipped with sirens and lights to scare you into pulling over when they are behind you. Their cars also have cages in them where they will place you to transport you to a larger cage.
by krazimu March 28, 2014
Road Pirates: Atlanta Area Police Writing Double the Tickets
Published on Jun 13, 2014
Road Pirates with Badges Plunder Motorists to Fund Police: Don’t cops have better things to do?!
Ted Balaker | June 16, 2014
It may look like extortion, but cops in Mountain, View Colorado call it policing. The small Colorado town funds police salaries by writing a ridiculous amount of traffic tickets.
Armed Road Pirates to now take Debit and Credit Card Payments?
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Are police mere armed revenue collectors? Should police be able to take cash and credit or debit card payments? Should police just be able to confiscate your property and cash because they feel like it?
Added: 9 days ago Occurred On: Nov-13-2014
Cops 🚓 = road pirates… Paid by your money to steal your money 🚨
5:13 PM - 19 Nov 2014
Freedom and Liberty
Road Pirates: Paid With Your Money To Steal Your Money http://www.lewrockwell.com/2014/11/no_author/paid-with-your-money-to-steal-your-money/ … #freedom #liberty
12:22 PM - 22 Nov 2014
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