Look at this, we have a story that obviously must be fake given the total amount of unpossible required given the arguments of the anti-rights cultists about our “anointed betters”. Thankfully no one was injured because it could have just as easily gone the other way with the reckless behavior.
They will most likely be promoted to management as soon as their charges are plead down to the point to be insignificant. We can’t have our anointed TSA brown shirts looking bad even if they’re not on duty.
State Sponsored Criminal Count 295: Jeffrey Piccolella
296: Nicholas Anthony Puccio
Because our fearless overlords can by no means do something grossly negligent like throwing all 4 of the basic rules of firearms handling to the wind. When it happens they will review the facts, as they like to see them, and take appropriate action as necessary, pay them more and tell them to be more abusive.
[Sadly she speaks the truth, the odds of you eventually having some sort of encounter with a criminal in your life is not 0. It’s even worse if you’re of the female gender. There are numerous things we can do to help decrease the odds, but even then it never reaches 0. Some times bad things happen to good people and it’s not the fault of something you did or didn’t do. You’re best bet is to prepare for the possible and do what you can to stack the deck in your favor. -B]
Just recently the TSA was in the count with a screener feeling a young boy in a wheel chair due to an injury was the biggest threat to society. In that I included another incident than previously mentioned.
Still think the TSA is a bunch a good people and not a bunch of goons snatching up power to abuse the people?
State Sponsored Criminal Count 294: Andrew Cheever
Because becoming a TSA agent means that your abuse of children is really for the greater good right?
So what does it take for a department to say, “That was excessive and you’re fired?” The other officer saw the individual comply with the Nissen’s order to leave. Instead of stopping that officer right there he arrested him and then aided the officer in his BS story only to testify against him later. Think about that, the officer shot someone in the back without warning or cause for complying with what he told him to do.
State Sponsored Criminal Count 293: Officer Mark Nissen
Because when you tell someone to leave and they comply, you tase them in the back. Then as they regain consciousness you tase them again. Because you know that’s totally good in the force continuum.
I can think of a few things that this would be handy for. Especially if you could make it so cheap it’s disposable.
Jumping fences, on top of buildings, getting into places where getting people would be difficult or attract too much attention. I still prefer the UAV though. The UAV has even more possibilities, though this little bug does have some interesting prospects from a Red Team point of view.
I stumbled across this and couldn’t stop laughing.
LMFAO – Sorry for Party Rocking
I must admit if someone came to my house and complained about the noise in the same manner I’m probably going to have a similar response… and if the alcohol hadn’t come out, I might turn off the music, apologize, head out the back gate and get a bunch of guys together and run a impromptu USPSA match*. Gunfire is quieter than music right?
*The moral of the story here is just be polite and I’ll apologize and work with you. Be a dick and I’m not going to care.