William Breathes's report about Gabriel Campbell, who was driving a car with Colorado plates when he was pulled over in Texas and found to have five pounds of marijuana in his trunk put one reader in mind of alleged marijuana profiling.
In the case of someone she knows, however, the word "alleged" doesn't seem appropriate.
Here's her post.
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My ex boyfriend moved back to SD 2 months ago. Pulled over in Wyoming on the way. He was told because of the plastic bins in his vehicle and because of Colorado plates the whole vehicle was to be searched. Nothing found. Over 2 hours wasted.
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