- Gun Control Disarmed Murdered Redskin Sean Taylor 12/07/07 As a result of the plea deal that was worked out — the government had to save face once it was clear that the justice system had been prostituted by Grieco — Taylor was unable to own a gun. He was subject to 18 months of probation (no jail time) which sounds like a good deal after having faced potentially 46 years in jail. As it turns out, that deal made him defenseless.
Even though his probation ended early, that did not mean that Taylor could legally own a gun. Indeed, even though the system was working to expunge his record, he still might not ever have been able to own a gun. Why?
- Spychips 01/27/06 The companies involved with the technology — and that includes everybody from IBM to Proctor and Gamble — insist that there is no threat to privacy. Well, that is a real whopper. McIntyre went to the website of the RFID association, the MIT Auto-ID Center. By simply typing in “confidential” into the Center’s search engine, some 70 documents marked “confidential” popped up. The documents made it clear that 24/7 surveillance is on the drawing board – and their assurances of “Your privacy is our first concern” were clearly not their first concern.