October 26, 2015 Surveillance, U.S.
Joe Cadillic writes:
Predictive HotSpot mapping began in 2012, the National Institute of Justice (NIJ) or really DHS, calls it “Mapping and Analysis for Public Safety.” Click here, here & here to see how the NIJ is really DHS.NH police officer Derek Cataldo saw a 2000 Honda Accord parked at 5:35 p.m. on Merrimack Street, a “predictive hot spot.” Deleire was sitting in the driver’s seat. Cataldo drove by the car and then circled the block to get a better look and determine if Deleire was there for legitimate purposes, officer Cataldo approached the car and began talking with Deleire, who police said was physically shaking.Everyone should be asking, why are police approaching people for no good reason? But wait, it gets worse…
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