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Spy Drones

What's that up in the sky? Is it a bird, is it a plane, is it---a drone?

Due to a FOIA request, the government has been forced to reveal that there are at least 63 active drone sites around the US and they are SPYING on civilians! (NOTE: Subscribers can still listen to this show). They are being launched from locations in 20 states, including Mississippi, Kansas, Arkansas, New Mexico, Ohio, California, Washington State, Texas, Alaska, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, North Dakota, Virginia, and Utah.

19 universities are registered as owners of drones and others, including Cornell, the University of Colorado, Georgia Tech, and Eastern Gateway Community College, are developing drone technology.

There are also 21 mainstream manufactures, such as General Atomics, who are registered to use drones domestically. According to the FAA, most of them are deployed from military installations, enforcement agencies and border patrol teams. Some are deployed to look for wildfires. Most of these drones are small craft which can carry a payload of only a little over two pounds. But since they are so small, and manipulated by remote control, they can watch us without our knowing it.

This is truly the end of privacy in the US.



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