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Department of Homeland Security Report Suggested Arming Border Patrol Drones

According to a 2010 Department of Homeland Security report obtained under the Freedom of Information Act by the Electronic Frontier Foundation, the Customs and Border Protection (CBP) suggested arming its fleet of drones with "non-lethal weapons designed to immobilize TOIs," or targets of interest, along the nation's borders. Currently, none of the agency's 10 domestic drones is weaponized; the recently passed Senate immigration bill, which would require a minimum of four additional drones, stipulates that those be unarmed as well.

http://www.motherjones.com/mojo/2013/07/dhs-border-patrol-dr...



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It's just crimnial.

Government lures immigrants with handouts then shoots them dead for thinking they get them for free; Price: One life.

Free includes debt-free!