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  • Chester

    These are the same people who told a bunch of college students that they HAD to cease and desist their drone experiments.

  • Quester55

    I wonder what would happen to those Spy-Drones if Someone was to launch a Free Flying, Fish-line, fish net hanging from a Helium filled balloon?
    If one used gloves their wouldn’t be any fingerprints to worry about?
    Just a thought, if we still have the Right to Think & ask Questions?!

  • Robert Messmer

    Who will be liable for the plane crash? We already know that government can’t be trusted because “National Security” will require the drones to not comply with their flight plans (and not to worry because the illegal secret court will grant them a waiver) and bingo–jetliner with 495 people will go down in flames. What the heck the FAA can’t even prevent crashes with both planes having pilots and co-pilots how in the world will it work with no one on board?