I was going to email the Ohio State Patrol this question but they have no email address so I thought I would rant here instead. Not a big deal but this really bothers me. I am heading westbound on the Ohio Turnpike about 8:00pm last night. Traffic was moderate and I was traveling in the center lane at about 65mph. A highway patrol car passes me at what I have to guess is in excess of 100mph. He is going so fast that the wind blast made my car swerve hard. I watch his tail lights as he continues on. I see him hit his brake lights as he stops and backs into the median to shoot radar. My question is what gives these guys the right to drive at such speeds and put my life in jeopardy when it is a non emergency? Are there any rules that apply to officers in this situation?