Greyhound Bus Collaborates
Greyhound allows Border Patrol to board its buses and question or arrest passengers without a warrant. Greyhound Buses are private property and have no obligation to allow officials to board without a warrant. Officials have been boarding buses up to 100 miles from the border and demanding to see the papers of all passengers. Greyhound is allowing Border Patrol to violate its passengers’ constitutional rights in a manner which targets and profiles lower-income, Spanish-speaking travelers.
Contact Greyhound to ask them to refuse to allow Border Patrol to board their buses without a warrant.