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The Stingray Lies, and the Judges Who Love them

26.8.15

The Stingray Lies, and the Judges Who Love them: [mimesislaw.com] When word first spread about their existence, it was in the context of big crime and terrorism. This wasn’t the sort of pedestrian investigative tool that was worth pulling out for just anybody, but only the big cases. Rarely used.

But when it was, they didn’t tell the defense, and they didn’t tell the judge. Because if they did, then it would be a secret and effective tool to save the children. What good would that be?

The official explanation, once it became known that Stingrays were used, but the disclosure was of a fabricated source to conceal their existence and application, was the non-disclosure agreements. They trust you, judge, but they are sworn to secrecy. Because law enforcement has decided that NDAs trump judges. Bet you weren’t aware of that.


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