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John Gilmore's Search for the Mandatory ID Law

DanMcS Re:Why, indeed! (1568 comments)

It's their building, but you own the bag, the receipt, and everything you just paid for. They can certainly ask to see your stuff, but you can tell them "no". Their asking places no obligation on you.

If they refuse to let you leave without seeing it they are kidnapping you, or at least committing false imprisonment, and probably opening themselves to some severe civil liability.

more than 9 years ago

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