unsual policing in yuma az
I’m sure they do. I wonder what they have by the way of jurisdiction? But of course they are doing all of this in Mexico... you need to seek mental health help. You continue to post the same stuff...
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It appears they can, as you are saying they have done so.
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If they are policing in Yuma, AZ, then they aren't stalking you in Mexico.
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