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Who Sucks? - Flex Your Rights Foundation Sucks

Flex Your Rights Foundation
1623 Connecticut Ave., NW, 3rd Floor
Washington, DC 20009
Phone: 202-986-0861
Fax: 202-293-8344

FlexYourRights.Org, more properly known as the Flex Your Rights Foundation, an organization apparently devoted to assisting drunk teenage drivers and drug addicts evade detention, sucks.

There is nothing like mixing teenagers with stupid legal advice about driving intoxicated and possessing drugs. Apparently, there are not enough teenagers killed each year while driving intoxicated for the Flex Your Rights Foundation. They have an entire website targeted to the younger crowd and devoted to knowing one's 'rights' when it comes to law enforcement and the commission of various illegal activities.

As if teenagers weren't rebellious enough, the Flex Your Rights Foundation sells DVD's detailing various methodology for frustrating law enforcement during police stops and searches. Not only is their advice anti-law enforcement, from what I have seen it is terrible legal advice to be giving anyone, especially teenagers.

Rather than show true to life situations, the DVD's detail scripted and dubious situations where law enforcement is always the bad guy and the irritating young wannabe lawyer is always victorious.

Common sense would dictate that if you are stopped for speeding, and you unnecessarily irritate the officer as much as you can by both being uncooperative and quoting dubious legal theories, then very likely your situation will deteriorate. In the video I saw the very angry and very bad police officer caved in to the smartass teenager who was not only speeding but also had an intoxicated passenger.

In reality the officer would have, at the very least, written the driver a ticket and arrested the publicly intoxicated friend.

Anyone who purchases or otherwise uses the legal advice provided by the dubiously intentioned Flex Your Rights Foundation does so at their own risk. Making money by assisting teenagers in breaking the law is a despicable business.

Apparently, the message of the day from Flex Your Rights Foundation is that it's just great to do drugs and get away with it, just make sure to avoid the big bad law enforcement system who picks on drug dealers and dopeheads.

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