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Cops mark protesters with invisible ink

from RTAmerica:

Several Occupy Montreal protesters were marked by invisible ink on their hands by cops. Other police departments in the US are using ink to mark property, but what happens when inking property, turns to inking people- as it did for the protesters in Montreal? When cops can mark citizens in protests with invisible ink, what else can they use? Introduced to the police market a “DNA gun”– featured in the Las Vegas “shot show” this year, a DNA gun that leaves an invisible trace on skin. Other gadgets may be coming to law enforcement near you. RT’s Margaret Howell explains.

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2 comments to Cops mark protesters with invisible ink

  • rex

    Family’s innocuous internet search for pressure cookers and backpacks leads to anti terror task force showing up.
    Yes, they really are aware of all our internet searches.

  • NaySayer

    It seems to me that marking people with invisible ink can be an opportunity for protestors. Does everybody remember the story of Ali Baba and the 40 Thieves? Morgana, the smart slave girl who saves Ali Baba’s bacon sees the thieves who followed ali home mark their door so the gang will know who to attack but she sneaks out and marks all the doors so they don’t know and they attack the wrong people, people you don’t want to mess with.

    Maybe marking people like the cops when they grab you or politicians etc. can be used as a confusing tactic.

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