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(AL.com)   Apparently, two Alabama counties decided to take the NSA's domestic spy programs a couple of steps further toward their logical conclusion   (blog.al.com) divider line 4
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2013-06-11 05:29:02 PM
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The samples, Ucles said, were used to measure whether drivers had the presence of over-the-counter, prescription and illegal drugs in their systems, or alcohol and the driver's individual blood alcohol concentration.

/oh boy, see if we can tap that for more revenue.
2013-06-11 05:27:43 PM
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basemetal: So, what was the "survey" studying?


the DNA of easily lied to people?
2013-06-11 10:23:12 PM
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FTA:  "They were here in 2007," said Turrentine, the supervisor in charge of the roadblocks, which took place in several locations in St. Clair County Friday night, early Saturday morning and Saturday night and early Sunday morning. "It's just with social media and Facebook now, word of it has just exploded."

Translation: "Thanks to that gol durn social media, we couldn't get away with hiding it this time..."
2013-06-11 06:43:09 PM
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IRQ12: I like how they used police for this completely voluntary study, what a joke.  I've said it a million times:  police should not ever be able to moonlight  as a police officer.  It's a serious conflict of interest.


An officer wearing his uniform while off duty and under pay by another entity is called "impersonating a police officer".

/Or abuse of power.
//He may be a police officer at his day job, but using the uniform off-duty in a security guard type position to intimidate people is a crime.
 
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