Imagine my surpise when I pulled up to a (passive) police check point on the Northern hywy outside of OW town and a blonde haired blue eyed US DEA agent stopped my vehicle (with drug sniffing dogs). I was concerned about the constitutionality of a foreign legal enforcement agent who has no jurisdiction in Belize acting in a law enforcement capacity. They told me to pull over and present ID, which I refused to do unless was directed to by the Belize police. Like you being stopped at a check point on Main St USA by Belize police. But not like being stopped at the same in Bagdad. Was also angry DEA would waste its resources on chump drug busts while everyone knows where to find the tons moving north from Columbia to the US. PS-I was traveling south, in the opposite direction of the significant trafficing route.
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