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September 20, 2013


Don't know if any of you LEOs have a perspective on this: Would a drone have helped prevent this officer's death and the grave wounding of Officer Veenstra? There are various legislative efforts underway across the country, proposed by various civil liberties groups, to limit domestic police agencies' use of drones. Some of these proposals are not well-grounded in the realities of how the devices might render some life-saving benefits. My opinion, anyway.

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