Yet the same liberals who would disarm law-abiding citizens now want to have a fleet of armed drones at the command of the state.
Connecticut bill calls for weaponized police drones
Connecticut is taking steps to become the first state to allow law enforcement to use drones capable of deadly force, following the release of viral videos that featured weaponized UAVs.
Legislation regulating drone use in Connecticut breezed through the state House Judiciary Committee this week and now heads to the entire House of Representatives for a future vote.
If passed and signed by the state’s governor, House Bill 7260 would make Connecticut a leading example for states attempting to arm law enforcement with drones capable of utilizing deadly force. Only North Dakota currently allows armed drones for its law enforcement agencies, but the state requires “less than lethal” weaponry such as a stun gun.The upside is these Robo-Cops have upset the ACLU.
The downside is it has me agreeing with the ACLU.
Not that I do not trust the police with guns and drones.
The problem is anything can be hacked.
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