Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Invasion of the Body Scanners, Part 2

"For the last few years, federal agencies have defended body scanning by insisting that all images will be discarded as soon as they're viewed. The Transportation Security Administration claimed last summer, for instance, that 'scanned images cannot be stored or recorded.'

Now it turns out that some police agencies are storing the controversial images after all. The U.S. Marshals Service admitted this week that it had surreptitiously saved tens of thousands of images recorded with a millimeter wave system at the security checkpoint of a single Florida courthouse."

"William Bordley, an associate general counsel with the Marshals Service, acknowledged in the letter that "approximately 35,314 images...have been stored on the Brijot Gen2 machine" used in the Orlando, Fla. federal courthouse. In addition, Bordley wrote, a Millivision machine was tested in the Washington, D.C. federal courthouse but it was sent back to the manufacturer, which now apparently possesses the image database."

I've been writing for months about the naked body scanners storing peoples' intimate imagery even though the government fiercely denied that the machines were even capable of doing that, much less that it was and still is actively being done. Now they admit it, out in the open, to the mainstream media. Just like everything else the globalists have done they first deny it until any furor dies away, wait a bit and then admit that it was true all along. But the people's attention, they hope, has been drawn elsewhere with all of the distractions they plant in the media.

The machines produce images with high enough resolution to see individual pores on your skin, people. They store the full-resolution images on standard drives, unprotected, which any pervert TSA worker can copy onto a flash drive and take home for his or her own prurient interests. The machines produce de facto child pornography every time an underage individual is forced to endure a scan, and now it is also admitted in the media that the machines emit 40-50 times more radiation than the government first claimed. They are deadly, carcinogenic, computerized strip searches. You know the old saying, "Take a picture, it'll last longer!" Well, they are taking your naked pictures, they are storing them, and they are giving you teratogenic doses of radiation. I'm glad that I'm not a frequent flier.

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