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The Department of Homeland Security has begun a new program to counsel local police departments on how to buy and use armored vehicles, military helicopters, tanks, humvees, body armor, sniper rifles and even UNMANNED DRONES.
Does anyone actually believe it’s a good idea to use weaponized military vehicles for civilian “surveillance”? Is this really the direction in which we are headed?
- Why Wouldn’t a Small-City Police Department Need an Armored Vehicle? (reason.com)
- Department of Homeland Catheters Spying on Occupy Wallstreet (opednews.com)
- Can Your Local Police Dept. Call In Military Drone Strikes? (theaveragejoenewsblogg.com)
- Help EFF Find Out How Your Local Police Agency is Using Drones (eff.org)
- Final Steps To A US Police State- “Federalize” Local Law Enforcement (gaspeegazette.wordpress.com)
- US Military and Local Police Working Together on American Streets (pakalertpress.com)