Re "Romo sticks his chest out to make statement" (Op Images, Dec. 20): I love Sergio Romo and enjoyed Bill Endicott's column, but the law in Arizona does not allow anyone to be pulled over or questioned based on their skin color or accent. I know it has been characterized that way, but it is not true.
The law requires that a law be broken before questioning can take place and there must be probable cause. If, for example, someone is stopped for speeding, has no driver's license and does not speak English, is this probable cause to investigate further? I would think it would be. I have no problem with him disagreeing with the law, but it should be portrayed correctly.
-- Glen Craig, Rancho Murieta