Thursday, October 11, 2012

Instead of just closing down TSA and DHS, let's mandate that every executive

involved in crap like this be used as test dummies.  Buttons in the hands of people molested/humiliated/missed flights at the hands of the molesters.
In 2008, the Washington Times reported on how DHS official Paul S. Ruwaldt of the Science and Technology Directorate, office of Research and Development, wrote to Lamperd Less Lethal, Inc. indicating that the Department of Homeland Security was ready to purchase devices from the company that would be used to deliver incapacitating shocks to airline passengers, all of whom would be mandated to wear the taser bracelet once they checked in for their flight.
Ignoring all else,"Screw people with heart or seizure conditions, the Director says flying is a PRIVILEGE, and this is the price they pay!"

In his letter to Lamperd Less Lethal, Inc., DHS official Ruwaldt also noted how the bracelet could be used as a “method of interrogation,” in other words a torture device. He also raised the prospect of using the device against protesters to allow the temporary “restraint of large numbers of individuals in open area environments by a small number of agents or Law Enforcement Officers.”
Yeah, think of the fast-food rejects of the TSA being able to use these on people at will.  Hey, can you think of a better distraction while you're molesting a child or feeling up a woman or stealing their stuff than causing someone to collapse and twitch?  And hey, anyone dares to argue with you, bzzzzt!
Howzabout, instead, we put bracelets on the effing dirtbags at DHS/TSA, and use them whenever they overstep their bounds.  Or act like an officious dirtbag.
We'd need really good batteries.

You want to know why so many don't trust the police anymore?  Not only did this sorry excuse for a lawman do this, three others just stood there and watched.  And kept quiet about it.  And
Here is a fun fact: It is illegal in Wisconsin for a police officer to perform a cavity search, regardless of what probable cause he may have to believe that a suspect is hiding things in his cavities. Here is another fun fact: Three of the four officers charged in the investigation have official reprimands on their records for "for failure to be civil and courteous toward the public," "unsafe vehicle operation" (twice), and "failing to honor a subpoena." They were, in other words, problem cops who should have been fired or placed on desk duty ages ago.

Here is the most fun fact: The Milwaukee Police Department knew about the illegal searches for "a couple of years," but waited to do anything about them "until authorities recognized a pattern."
With all this crap going on, the question has become "Why WOULD the public trust us?"

No. 1: Rep. Cummings("You nasty Republicans cut funding for security, it's your fault!"), you are a damned liar.
No. 2: To anybody part of the State Department in dangerous places: you'd better be prepared, because
Lamb said that the State Department was right not to grant Nordstrom’s request for more security. “We had the correct number of assets in Benghazi on the night of 9/11,” Lamb said, per The Cable, citing the Libyan security personnel.
you may well be on your own.

The vile bastards we're dealing with, they think this is a good thing to do:
A Malayali youth Jithu Mohan, who was doused with petrol and set ablaze for being in love with a girl of the Muslim community succumbed to death today. The boy was invited to the girl’s relative’s house on the pretext of peaceful discussions. But he was allegedly bathed in petrol by an Inspector named Wahab, Police Officer of AR Camp and set ablaze. Jithu succumbed to death at Amrita Hospital, Ernakulam. He is the third victim of Jihadi terrorism in Kerala in short span of time, his death following that of Vishal, Chengannur and Sachin, Kannur.

 Put up billboards saying 'Vote fraud is a crime' over a whole region: "You're a racist and we want the signs taken down!"

And last, found here,
Once you've pulled the pin, etc.


Anonymous said...

There's an update to the story - "The bracelets remain inactive until a hijacking situation has been identified"

Sure, uh-huh.

Windy Wilson said...

And once a "hijacking situation has been identified", then what? Torture for interrogation purposes was very bad under Bush, and will likely again become very bad under Romney. I call it the Astrology school of ethics. Right and wrong depend on the planetary positions, and the letter in the parentheses after the President's name.

Grayson said...

Remember, children:
Once the pin is pulled, Mr. Grenade is no longer your friend!