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Originally posted by Ex_CT2
It doesn't look like it's capable of doing much beyond a bit of domestic spying. It could be worse: It could be heavily armed, as I suspect ours (USA) will be.
But don't worry. When they've got us under complete control, I have no doubt our President will have a "kill list" all made out for our brethren across the pond--and will send you a few of our Predators....
Originally posted by VoidHawk
If it can carry a camera then size is not important, and that CAN carry very powerfull cameras!!!
Its also very quiet and could be hovering right outside YOUR window and you wouldnt even know.
And they dont need to remain within range of the operator because they fit them with gps guidance systems, considering getting one for my own copter. The gps enables them to fly in quite strong winds too.
I can see drone shooting may become a popular sport for the teenagers
First Man Arrested With Drone Evidence Vows to Fight Case
Court must decide if police are allowed to use drones to help make arrests
By Jason Koebler
April 9, 2012 RSS Feed Print
Rodney Brossart was arrested in June.
The tiny town of Lakota, N.D., is quickly becoming a key testing ground for the legality of the use of unmanned drones by law enforcement after one of its residents became the first American citizen to be arrested with the help of a Predator surveillance drone.
The bizarre case started when six cows wandered onto Rodney Brossart's 3,000 acre farm. Brossart, an alleged anti-government "sovereignist," believed he should have been able to keep the cows, so he and two family members chased police off his land with high powered rifles....
Originally posted by ResistTreason
They will have the UK population brainwashed to love it soon enough.
Most are probably already brainwashed to love and accept it. The folks in the UK are very gullible when it comes to their authorities telling them how to think and do over there.