Thought I'd share.
|The dog, apparently not trained to sniff out ibuprofen and fruit flavored gummy vitamins,|
showed little interest in the baggage compartment of the bus.
No aliens were found, either, but you know,
Greyhound did transport a wild honey badger to Detroit and back.
Fortunately, that's not Border Patrol's area of interest,
and they did not return me to the sammich mines.
§ 287 (a) (3) of the Immigration and Nationality Act, 66 Stat. 233, 8 U.S.C. § 1357(a)(3), which provides for warrantless searches of automobiles and other conveyances "within a reasonable distance from any external boundary of the United States," as authorized by regulations to be promulgated by the Attorney General. The Attorney General's regulation, 8 CFR § 287.1, defines "reasonable distance" as "within 100 air miles from any external boundary of the United States."
Border patrol's buffer zone, called a "constitution-free zone" by the ACLU, extends as far south as Columbus.