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As the unmanned aircraft circled 2 miles overhead, its sensors helped pinpoint the suspects, showing they were unarmed. Police rushed in and made the first known arrests of U.S. citizens with help from a Predator, the spy drone that has helped revolutionize modern warfare.

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The drones belong to U.S. Customs and Border Protection, which operates eight Predators on the country's borders to search for illegal immigrants and smugglers. The previously unreported use of its drones to assist local, state and federal law enforcement has occurred without any public acknowledgment or debate.
"He who passively accepts evil is as much involved in it as he who helps to perpetrate it. He who accepts evil without protesting against it is really cooperating with it." Martin Luther King, Jr.

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Funny how this is released after the senate passed that bill to allow the military to help law enforcement against us....next it'll be Apache gunships for crowd control at protest.

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Did it use heat signatures to pinpoint them or their f**king credit cards?
Or barium?

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Did it use heat signatures to pinpoint them or their f**king credit cards?
Or barium?

I never thought I would see the day when our government could trample over our rights so easily without as much of a whimper from the American people. I guess all of the propaganda and drugs worked.

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.......six missing cows.......

..........he called in reinforcements from the Highway Patrol, a regional SWAT team, a bomb squad, ambulances and deputy sheriffs from three counties. He also called in a Predator B drone.

.......makes sense to me. (sarcasm)

Also very cost effective.

Aren't all the above completely out of their jurisdiction?

Oh wait maybe it was a National Emergency.....Obama should have declared martial law......

Did they find the cows?

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Yeah, the cow angle is weird. Maybe it's just a way to make it "newsworthy"?
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Police Make First Arrests Of U.S. Citizen With Help From A Predator


Unmanned aircraft from an Air Force base in North Dakota help local police with surveillance, raising questions that trouble privacy advocates.

By Brian Bennett, Washington Bureau


Armed with a search warrant, Nelson County Sheriff Kelly Janke went looking for six missing cows on the Brossart family farm in the early evening of June 23. Three men brandishing rifles chased him off, he said.

Janke knew the gunmen could be anywhere on the 3,000-acre spread in eastern North Dakota. Fearful of an armed standoff, he called in reinforcements from the state Highway Patrol, a regional SWAT team, a bomb squad, ambulances and deputy sheriffs from three other counties.

He also called in a Predator B drone.

As the unmanned aircraft circled 2 miles overhead the next morning, sophisticated sensors under the nose helped pinpoint the three suspects and showed they were unarmed. Police rushed in and made the first known arrests of U.S. citizens with help from a Predator, the spy drone that has helped revolutionize modern warfare.

But that was just the start. Local police say they have used two unarmed Predators based at Grand Forks Air Force Base to fly at least two dozen surveillance flights since June. The FBI and Drug Enforcement Administration have used Predators for other domestic investigations, officials said.

"We don't use [drones] on every call out," said Bill Macki, head of the police SWAT team in Grand Forks. "If we have something in town like an apartment complex, we don't call them."

The drones belong to U.S. Customs and Border Protection, which operates eight Predators on the country's northern and southwestern borders to search for illegal immigrants and smugglers. The previously unreported use of its drones to assist local, state and federal law enforcement has occurred without any public acknowledgment or debate.

Congress first authorized Customs and Border Protection to buy unarmed Predators in 2005. Officials in charge of the fleet cite broad authority to work with police from budget requests to Congress that cite "interior law enforcement support" as part of their mission.

In an interview, Michael C. Kostelnik, a retired Air Force general who heads the office that supervises the drones, said Predators are flown "in many areas around the country, not only for federal operators, but also for state and local law enforcement and emergency responders in times of crisis."

But former Rep. Jane Harman (D-Venice), who sat on the House homeland security intelligence subcommittee at the time and served as its chairwoman from 2007 until early this year, said no one ever discussed using Predators to help local police serve warrants or do other basic work.

Using Predators for routine law enforcement without public debate or clear legal authority is a mistake, Harman said.

"There is no question that this could become something that people will regret," said Harman, who resigned from the House in February and now heads the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, a Washington think tank.

In 2008 and 2010, Harman helped beat back efforts by Homeland Security officials to use imagery from military satellites to help domestic terrorism investigations. Congress blocked the proposal on grounds it would violate the Posse Comitatus Act, which bars the military from taking a police role on U.S. soil.

Proponents say the high-resolution cameras, heat sensors and sophisticated radar on the border protection drones can help track criminal activity in the United States, just as the CIA uses Predators and other drones to spy on militants in Pakistan, nuclear sites in Iran and other targets around the globe.

For decades, U.S. courts have allowed law enforcement to conduct aerial surveillance without a warrant. They have ruled that what a person does in the open, even behind a backyard fence, can be seen from a passing airplane and is not protected by privacy laws.

Advocates say Predators are simply more effective than other planes. Flying out of earshot and out of sight, a Predator B can watch a target for 20 hours nonstop, far longer than any police helicopter or manned aircraft.

"I am for the use of drones," said Howard Safir, former head of operations for the U.S. Marshals Service and former New York City police commissioner. He said drones could help police in manhunts, hostage situations and other difficult cases.

But privacy advocates say drones help police snoop on citizens in ways that push current law to the breaking point.

"Any time you have a tool like that in the hands of law enforcement that makes it easier to do surveillance, they will do more of it," said Ryan Calo, director for privacy and robotics at the Stanford Law School's Center for Internet and Society.

"This could be a time when people are uncomfortable, and they want to place limits on that technology," he said. "It could make us question the doctrine that you do not have privacy in public."

In North Dakota, Janke learned about the Predators last spring after local law enforcement was invited to a briefing on how two Customs and Border Protection drones based at the Grand Forks air base could assist police. He immediately saw advantages.

"We don't have to go in guns blazing," the sheriff said in a telephone interview. "We can take our time and methodically plan out what our approach should be."

Macki, head of the regional SWAT team, decided drones were ideal for spotting suspects in the vast prairie, where grassy plains stretch to the horizon except for trees planted to stem erosion from the winds.

"Anything where we need an advantage, we try to give them a call," said Macki, who declined to specify how often or where he has used the Predators. "We are very fortunate to have them in our area willing to assist us."

The first known use was June 23 after Janke drove up to the Brossart farm with a search warrant for cattle that supposedly had strayed from a neighboring ranch. The sheriff says he was ordered off the property at gunpoint.

The six adult Brossarts allegedly belonged to the Sovereign Citizen Movement, an antigovernment group that the FBI considers extremist and violent. The family had repeated run-ins with local police, including the arrest of two family members earlier that day arising from their clash with a deputy over the cattle.

Janke requested help from the drone unit, explaining that an armed standoff was underway. A Predator was flying back from a routine 10-hour patrol along the Canadian border from North Dakota to Montana. It carried extra fuel, so a pilot sitting in a trailer in Grand Forks turned the aircraft south to fly over the farm, about 60 miles from the border.

For four hours, the Predator circled 10,000 feet above the farm. Parked on a nearby road, Janke and the other officers watched live drone video and thermal images of Alex, Thomas and Jacob Brossart — and their mother, Susan — on a hand-held device with a 4-inch screen.

The glowing green images showed people carrying what appeared to be long rifles moving behind farm equipment and other barriers. The sheriff feared they were preparing an ambush, and he decided to withdraw until daybreak. The Predator flew back to its hangar.

At 7 a.m. the next day, the Predator launched again and flew back to the farm. The drone crew was determined to help avoid a bloody confrontation. No one wanted another Ruby Ridge, the 1992 shootout between the FBI and a family in rural Idaho that killed a 14-year-old boy, a woman and a deputy U.S. marshal.

This time, Janke watched the live Predator feed from his office computer, using a password-protected government website called Big Pipe.

Around 10 a.m., the video showed the three Brossart brothers riding all-terrain vehicles toward a decommissioned Minuteman ballistic missile site at the edge of their property. The sensor operator in Grand Forks switched to thermal mode, and the image indicated the three men were unarmed.

Janke signaled the SWAT team to move in and make the arrests. No shots were fired.

A search of the property turned up four rifles, two shotguns, assorted bows and arrows and a samurai sword, according to court records. Police also found the six missing cows, valued at $6,000.

Rodney Brossart, his daughter Abby and his three sons face a total of 11 felony charges, including bail jumping and terrorizing a sheriff, as well as a misdemeanor count against Rodney involving the stray cattle. All have been released on bail. Calls to Rodney Brossart were not returned Saturday. The family is believed to be living on the farm.

http://www.latimes.com/news/nationworld/nation/la-na-drone-arrest-20111211,0,72624,full.story

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Armed with a search warrant, Nelson County Sheriff Kelly Janke went looking for six missing cows on the Brossart family farm in the early evening of June 23. Three men brandishing rifles chased him off, he said.

THIS IS A NARRATIVE

THIS IS A NARRATIVE


BECAUSE IT IS A NARRATIVE, EVER SINGLE PIECE OF INFORMATION SUPPORTING IT MAY LIKELY BE MANUFACTURED

THIS IS A NARRATIVE TO SUPPORT THE TREASONOUS AND 100% ILLEGAL AND UNCONSTITUTIONAL DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION ACT WHICH IS NO MORE A LAW THAN A LAW SAYING YOU HAVE TO THROW YOUR BABY OUT A WINDOW.

THE POINT OF THE NARRATIVE IS MARKETING, THE NARRATIVE WAS DONE BY A MARKETING EXECTIVE. THE PURPOSE OF USING COWS AND RIFLES AND A LOCAL SHERRIF WAS TO "AMERICANIZE" THE MYTHOLOGY. WHEN THEY RAN SIMILAR MARKETING PROJECTS IN OTHER COUNTRIES, THEY USED SCENARIOS THAT MAY HAVE BEEN MORE LOCALLY ACCEPTABLE. THEY MAY HAVE SOME SUPPORTING ACTORS TO FURTHER THIS MYTHOLOGY (WHO MAY NOT EVEN KNOW THEY ARE JUST A PAWN IN THIS MARKETING STRATEGY BY EUGENECIST NAZIS).

OBVIOUSLY THE GLOBALIST PIG PSYCHOS AT BILDERBERG WHO WROTE THIS NATRRATIVE HAS NO CLUE WHAT AMERICA IS. AMERICA IS THE BILL OF RIGHTS AND THE CONSTITUTION. AND IN AMERICA, THE USE OF A ROBOTIC DEMON FROM HELL ON BEHALF OF QUEEN BITCHES AND EUGENECIST SCUMBUCKETS TO SPY ON INNOCENT HUMAN BEING IS AN ACT OF TREASON TO THE CONSTITUTION, THE LAWS OF MAN, THE LAWS OF NATURE, THE LAWS OF GOD, AND HUMANITY ITSELF.
All eyes are opened, or opening, to the rights of man. The general spread of the light of science has already laid open to every view the palpable truth, that the mass of mankind has not been born with saddles on their backs, nor a favored few booted and spurred, ready to ride them legitimately

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OBVIOUSLY THE GLOBALIST PIG PSYCHOS AT BILDERBERG WHO WROTE THIS NATRRATIVE HAS NO CLUE WHAT AMERICA IS. AMERICA IS THE BILL OF RIGHTS AND THE CONSTITUTION. AND IN AMERICA, THE USE OF A ROBOTIC DEMON FROM HELL ON BEHALF OF QUEEN BITCHES AND EUGENECIST SCUMBUCKETS TO SPY ON INNOCENT HUMAN BEING IS AN ACT OF TREASON TO THE CONSTITUTION, THE LAWS OF MAN, THE LAWS OF NATURE, THE LAWS OF GOD, AND HUMANITY ITSELF.

That's what it's all about!
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Police using predator drones in the US! LA Times
« Reply #10 on: December 12, 2011, 05:53:38 am »

Police employ Predator drone spy planes on home front

Unmanned aircraft from an Air Force base in North Dakota help local police with surveillance, raising questions that trouble privacy advocates.

Article: http://www.latimes.com/news/nationworld/nation/la-na-drone-arrest-20111211,0,324348.story
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Re: Police using predator drones in the US! LA Times
« Reply #11 on: December 12, 2011, 06:02:43 pm »
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Wanted Lakota Family Speaks Out

December 12, 2011

The Brossart family of Lakota is wanted on outstanding warrants, but say they are targets of a personal vendetta from Nelson County authorities.

Wanted Lakota Family Speaks Out

LAKOTA, N.D. - It all began with six cattle, and now has turned into a three month conflict with law enforcement that has left a family scared for their lives.

The Brossart family of Lakota is wanted on outstanding warrants, but say they are targets of a personal vendetta from Nelson County authorities.

Accused of defying the law and wanted by officers, Rodney Brossart worries their stalemate may not end peacefully. “We've had guns held to our heads by the sheriff's department. We've been tasered for no reason at all,” Brossart said.

Six members of the family are wanted on charges ranging from criminal mischief to assaulting an officer.

Nelson County authorities say this all started when six cattle wandered onto the family's property, but Brossart said it was long before that. “It's been going on for 15 years, like a stalking situation,” he said.

Brossart said come September 30th officers are going to place a $250,000 bounty on him and three of his sons. “If they're planning to put a bounty on us I am sure anyone can come in and shoot us dead,” he said.

However Sheriff Janke of Nelson County said that is the last thing they want to do.  He said the sheriff’s department keeps trying to make contact with the family, but their efforts go unnoticed. “We've met with the state and federal authorities, the FBI, and we’ve come up with some good problem solving solutions,” Janke said.

Brossart said he knows patrolmen are watching them 24 hours a day, and that he’s scared for his safety.   Sheriff Janke admitted to increasing surveillance on the Brossart's property, but said they will not be entering the family’s driveway any time soon. “We have some safety issues going out there, but we are monitoring the farm,” he said.

When officers last went to the property, three of Brossart's sons allegedly pulled guns on them, but Brossart maintains their innocence. “We are not violent and will not resort to violence. There's no way we will do that. We want to be left alone and we did not do anything wrong,” Brossart said.

Sheriff Janke said he met with Rodney Brossart’s mother on Wednesday, and hopes this continues into more conversation with the family.  He advises them to reach out to authorities, and said “to simply ignore the situation, it's not making things any better and it won't go away by just ignoring it.”

While both sides are showing no signs of budging, both the Brossarts and authorities can agree on at least one thing, the hope that this stalemate doesn't escalate in violence.
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I never thought I would see the day when our government could trample over our rights so easily without as much of a whimper from the American people. I guess all of the propaganda and drugs worked.

Don't forget government/state education. Get 'em young and you've got 'em for life! Sick but true.

They load the operating system on our children's' brains - and they have the apps! Sick control freak bastards! >:(

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Google Exposes Secret US Drone Base in Nevada



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Wow, watching this now.
Creepy  :(
Things need to be taken from the control of Igors like Cheney...

These drones represent enormous tax dollars, the people should decide what is done.

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I live near these people and they ARE a bunch of psychos... They had threatened the police and other people in the community with guns on many previous occasions... That being said however, The police went WAY overboard by getting those drones to help out... Grand Forks AFB is a major training base for the drones so it was somewhat convenient, but that doesn't make it right... Who the hell even thinks of calling them in anyway??? Definitely over the top....