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Helicopters Were Using Secret Surveillance Technology and Not 'Shooting' into Crowds at Las Vegas
From Ken Adachi, Editor
Novemer 10, 2017
Helicopters Were Using Secret Surveillance Technology and Not 'Shooting' into Crowds at Las Vegas (Nov. 10, 2017)
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On 11/9/2017, Keith wrote:
INSANE footage of helicopter firing at crowd in Las Vegas
It's not shooting and it's not "running lights." It's a type of tracking technology that pulses some sort of wave radiation that causes people who are chipped or implanted (I believe), to show up on a computer screen so the cops can see where they are walking or driving etc. If they can pick you up on a computer screen, then they can likely READ your implant and know who you are and everything on file about you. It's also possible that the traitors who were putting on the show were monitoring their ground shooters to know exectly where they were at every moment and to keep in constant visual and audio communication with them, but that's only a speculative guess.
Another strong possibility is: due to the millions of Nano size metal particles that we are all loaded with, thanks to 20 years of breathing in chemtrail fallout, we all ALL walking radio antennaes who will resonate to microwave and other beam technology aimed at us, so it's entirely possible that EVERYONE shows up on those surveillance computer screens and not just people who are implanted with microchip implants.
I had a friend who told me that he saw the announcement of this technology on a short segment of a TV news program in the mid 90s and never saw mention of it again. I took video myself in the late 1990s in which I video taped helicopters, probably unmarked police copters or possibly military black helicopters, doing the very same thing (at night) as seen in this video, circling John Wayne Airport and parts of Costa Mesa. I figured they were looking for someone.
Cops/Feds/military don't want the public to know about the existence of this technology (see article below) so they say nothing about it publicly. It's possible that the rapid flashing wave signals that they are transmitting, which does look like machine gun fire from a distance, may be harmful to people and they don't want to admit to the liability; in addition to keeping the public in the dark about its capabilities. It's probably a violation of the Constitution to boot.
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FBI’s covert air force of surveillance aircraft shrouded in secrecy and hidden in shell corporations
May 15, 2015
Unbeknownst to most Americans, the nation’s premier federal law enforcement agency has its own air force and uses it to spy on people
By J.D. Heyes | Natural News
As reported by ARS Technica, as tensions surrounding the recent protests and violence in Baltimore began to subside, a small squadron of innocuous-looking aircraft circled overhead, keeping watch on the neighborhoods most affected by rioting and other acts.
The planes gave Baltimore City Police overhead surveillance capabilities both in monitoring the protests and keeping an eye out for any potential criminal activity.
Further reporting by the Washington Post noted that the planes – some of them, anyway – are part of the FBI’s secret surveillance air force made up of small aircraft outfitted with sensors that were perfected on the battlefields of Iraq and Afghanistan to gather intelligence.
The Post said the planes have quietly seen service nationwide. They are equipped with high-definition night and daylight surveillance systems, and they are giving police a new way to spot curfew breakers (and other activity as of yet undetermined) from above cities.
Civil libertarians are raising concerns
“During the recent unrest, the FBI provided aircraft to the Baltimore Police Department for the purpose of providing aerial imagery of possible criminal activity,” an unnamed FBI spokesman told ARS Technica.
“The aircraft were specifically used to assist in providing high-altitude observation of potential criminal activity to enable rapid response by police officers on the ground.”
The spokesman added that the flights “were not there to monitor lawfully protected First Amendment activity, and any FBI aviation support to a local law enforcement agency must receive high level approvals.”
For the record, the FBI has a history of monitoring “First Amendment activity.” In the late 1960s and early 1970s, the agency – at the behest of President Nixon and director J. Edgar Hoover – monitored anti-Vietnam War protests and protesters, including current Secretary of State John F. Kerry. The FBI’s 1960s-and-70s-era monitoring activities were part of the focus of the Church Committee, whose findings of government intelligence overreach eventually led to the passage of the 1978 Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act and the creation of the FISA court.
Baltimore City Police spokesman Capt. Eric Kowalczyk told ARS Technica that his department had received a number of media requests regarding the FBI flights, but the department had yet to issue a statement about them.
“These technologies sweep very, very broadly”
The Washington Post reported that the flights were noticed by residents of Baltimore, with some inquiring on Twitter about “the light plane” flying “in circles” above the city during the recent unrest.
The Post also noted that one plane circling Baltimore “was registered to NG Research in Bristow, near Manassas Regional Airport. Searches of public records revealed little about the company, which could not be reached,” the paper reported.
The Post further reported that civil liberties groups concerned about privacy have begun to ask questions:
Discovery of the flights – which involved at least two airplanes and the assistance of the FBI – has prompted the American Civil Liberties Union to demand answers about the legal authority for the operations and the reach of the technology used. Planes armed with the latest surveillance systems can monitor larger areas than police helicopters and stay overhead longer, raising novel civil liberties issues that have so far gotten little scrutiny from courts.
Civil libertarians are concerned that the surveillance technology employed by the little-known FBI air force is capable of quietly gathering images across dozens of city blocks and even square miles that captures movements of people who are otherwise not under any suspicion of crime. For its part, the ACLU said it would be filing Freedom of Information Act requests with federal agencies to learn more about the surveillance planes and their roles.
“A lot of these technologies sweep very, very broadly, and, at a minimum, the public should have a right to know what’s going on,” Jay Stanley, a senior policy analyst at the ACLU specializing in privacy and technology issues, told the Post.
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