GPS Gadget of the Week: GPS Sniper Rifle
According to the company, the ID Sniper is a high-powered rifle used to implant a GPS-microchip in a human being from as far away as 1100 meters. The microchip enters the body, feeling like a mosquito-bite when it does. At the same time a digital camcorder with a zoom-lens takes a picture of the target. The GPS chip enables law enforcement agencies to keep track of the target.
At any rate, I thought I'd pass it along just for fun. I have to admit, I'm planning on emailing the link to Empire North's website to a few conspiracy buffs I know.
Last week's GPS Gadget of the Week here.
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