New Radar Allows Law Enforcement to See Into Your Home
Using radio waves, a new radar allows law enforcement to detect movement inside your home.
More than 50 U.S. law enforcement agencies are using a type of radar that effectively lets officers peer through the walls of homes to determine whether anyone is inside.
Agencies began using the radar, known as Range-R, more than two years ago without informing the public and with little notice to the courts. According to USA Today, federal contract records indicate that the U.S. Marshals Service began purchasing the technology in 2012, spending at least $180,000 on Range-R to date.
This is very disturbing information and it feels very much like an invasion of privacy and violation of an ordinary citizens rights to privacy. I can see this being used whenever and wherever...
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They can tap your phone, too, and know where your cellphone is at all times. They can tell when your clothes dryer comes on, or even a toaster. They photograph you at the wheel of your car and when you enter a store.
Not sure I see much difference.
With world wide control via a little chip. This chip has ties to mind control and the Haarp project. 2020 is when I predict all humanity will be forced to have this chip attached to your nervous sysytem, controlling your emotions.
I'm sure they are not wasting their time driving around for fun to see who is home. As horseback said, they are being used for important life saving things. I travel alone several times a year and I'm thankful that my gps is in my cell phone and I can be approximately located with it in case of an accident. I'm sure you would be thankful if your child was lost in the woods and this device could detect where your child is.
I have been reading about his tool , More than anything it can be used to locate people in burning buildings , burglars hiding in stores , children lost or hiding , It cannot be used to view an actual body yet merely the movements of them . In fact the accuracy isn't good enough that it can discern between the officers hand movements and the actual moving person or animal in a building . . Also it doesn't work through metal partitions . Sounds innocent to me !
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