Predator Drones Used Against Civilians in America

The United States turns its weapons of war against its own citizens:

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.

Is it really that much of a surprise?

Up next, illegal assassinations coming to a town near you!


About Jayel Aheram

Jayel Aheram is a writer, activist, Iraq War and Marine veteran, internationally-published photographer, artist, polymath, etc. Aheram writes about foreign policy, antiwar issues, and the police state at Young Americans for Liberty. He is a longtime political blogger at RedStateEclectic and appears on television as contributor to the international newscast RT International. Aheram is the former editor-in-chief of the student newspaper The Chaparral, and founder and former station manager of KCOD Radio and Television.
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One Response to Predator Drones Used Against Civilians in America

  1. DarthEVaderCheney says:

    Listen, you conservative wackamoles… Drones have been used many times before this story broke… where have you been? There a LOT of wacky conservs/T-pugs/T-Pods out there. Those people have been asking for this for a long, lonnnng time. Why, why, why… are you so surprised? It worked on Osama Been Taken Care Of!!!

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