'TSA-style body scanners are coming to public spaces, and that should scare the hell out of everyone.
If you thought the NYPD's Z-Backscatter vans and police mini-Z's were intrusive, you have not seen anything yet.
Soon, nowhere will be safe from Big Brother's prying eyes, as police prepare to use HEXWAVE to spy on people in public spaces.
Last week the Salt Lake Tribune revealed that the Utah Attorney General and law enforcement are partnering with Liberty Defense, a 3D image scanning company that makes its money from scanning the public in real-time. (3D means capturing rich information (size, shape, depth) about the detection space. It can detect any material that has a physical form.)
Let's start with their name — calling yourself Liberty Defense is an affront to liberty-minded Americans who do not want to be secretly spied on by Big Brother. Their tag line "Protecting Communities And Preserving Peace of Mind" is the exact opposite of what this device does.
Any device that is used to spy on the public is just that: a surveillance device. It is not a Defense of our Liberty.
As Fox Now 13 reported, police will use Liberty Defense's, HEXWAVE to spy on people at mass gatherings like concerts, malls and stadiums.
"HEXWAVE could be deployed at mass gatherings like concerts, malls, stadiums, public transit stops and government buildings" Bill Riker, Liberty Defense's CEO, said.
Over the past two years, I have warned people that TSA-style body scanners were turning public transit into mirror images of our airports by watchlisting and flagging suspicious people. But I could never have imagined that law enforcement would be putting them in malls and places of worship.'
Read more: Police To Use TSA-Style Scanners To Spy On People In Public Places
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