posted on Mar, 25 2008 @ 01:10 AM
This is a natural result of some recent signing of laws, where local law enforcement is now getting access to satellite surveillance once only known
to FBI. Their "top secret" satellite operating manuals, for example, will be in the vault, because the NYPD will get access to satellite
surveillance of people, very very soon. New York is a prototype, also out of necessity. Figure if the surveillance program model works on New York,
it can work on every other city in the nation.
Not just random multiple object surveillance, like people, or cars, because that is ineffecient. Pattern surveillance, where if you drive outiside
your normal to-work route, the satellite flags this and sends it to another computer for a judgement call, to alert authorities to look closer, or
whatever. Even now, law enforcement can track someone in their car, via "top secret" satellites, and note the passengers in the car, even if a
passenger is a cat. Police need this surveillance for effecient response and accurate arrests on suspicion.
When the FBI dumps enough information on the big regional police groups, I think it will shut down, and we won't have FBI anymore. Just local police
and Homeland Security. Police are evolving into little FBI agents.
Don't be afraid. Just be unpredictable every time, and you won't get a pattern started to get flagged for changing later.