POLICE USE DRONES TO SPY ON SUSPICIOUS PEOPLE AT "POTENTIAL CRIME SCENES" | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

POLICE USE DRONES TO SPY ON SUSPICIOUS PEOPLE AT "POTENTIAL CRIME SCENES"

For years, law enforcement has been claiming that drones will only be used for natural disasters, crime scene investigations, car accidents and rescue operations.

That is the bill of goods, being sold to the public but it is all a lie.

A perfect example of how law enforcement promises the public one thing and after time passes, uses it for something else is taking place in Texas at the Memorial Villages Police Department (MVPD).

Two years ago, Click2Houston reported how the MVPD claimed that they would only use drones for "better emergency response during disasters." They also used police officer and UAV pilot, Larry Boggus to solidify their claim that drones would only be used for natural disasters saying, "drones are a huge asset for us because very quickly we were able to see the amount of houses that were damaged" during a 2018 storm.

I love it when police department's provide comic relief to prove my point.

It only took one year for the MVPD to prove that their "Boggus" claim that drones would only be used during emergencies was a lie. (Pun intended.)

Last week, Click2Houston revealed that the MVPD is using drones to respond to home alarms and to identify suspicious people.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Looks to me, as though they are combining the worst parts of drone technology, which is "Robcop goes Full "Minority Report."

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