Police now ‘see’ through walls and know if you’re home…technology available to home invasion as well

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Police now ‘see’ through walls and know if you’re home

The Range-R is a piece of military equipment that police are using now to check if there’s someone in a building.

The Radar-R is handheld and can detect whether there is human life inside a building.

Police forces increasingly are taking advantage of the technology behind military equipment initially designed for combat.

Sometimes, though, the police might be coy about which of these gadgets they use to protect and serve.

USA Today reports that, for a couple of years now, some police forces have been using a device that can determine whether a building is occupied — without having to enter the premises. However, this information only came to light when a police officer at a suppression hearing in a Denver court said that he’d used a Range-R.


Roots of Ferguson Problems; Interviews with authors Jeff Doty and Richard Awe (replay)

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  The Ferguson city council has only one memeber that is black. The population of Ferguson is 67% black. How is that? How does that affect the population? The court system seems to support a practice of using the law and law enforcement as a revenue generating tool for the city. If this is supported by the courts, therefore the judges…the judges are appointed by the city council each and every 2 years! A very intersting interview with author Jeff Doty (Piggyback) and author Richard Awe (Cry For Me) talking about their new books