Monday, August 1, 2016

Court holds police had right to ping suspect’s cellphone without warrant

With Sprint’s help, police were able to locate a murder suspect in Springfield, Vt., and arrest him.

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2 comments :

  1. It won't be long now before the powers that be will sell the courts on a need to implant everyone with locator. That way they can just "ping" us directly anytime they want without worrying where our cell phone is...

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    1. Neodymium magnets will nullify implanted chips. Tape a small one in place over the site and leave it there for at least 12 hours.

      Some people have somehow had a chip implanted in them without knowing it. Glide a small Neodymium magnet around your skin and if it sticks somewhere, you've been chipped!

      Common household magnets are not strong enough for this purpose. Neodymium magnets are a must-have for the truly paranoid. Source:
      www.kjmagnetics.com
      One large enough to have at least a 10 lb pull is recommended.
      (Keep Neodymium magnets away from implanted heart pacers, pregnant wombs, memory chips and hard drives.)

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