Remote Controlled “Heat Beam Ray” to be used on Inmates in LA

If you have any idea about what is going on in our jails and prisons in this country, then you will know why I am gagging right now.


L.A. officials plan to use heat-beam ray in jail

LOS ANGELES — A device designed to control unruly inmates by blasting them with a beam of intense energy that causes a burning sensation is drawing heat from civil rights groups who fear it could cause serious injury and is “tantamount to torture.”

The mechanism, known as an “Assault Intervention Device,” is a stripped-down version of a military gadget that sends highly focused beams of energy at people and makes them feel as though they are burning. The Los Angeles County sheriff’s department plans to install the device by Labor Day, making it the first time in the world the technology has been deployed in such a capacity.

The American Civil Liberties Union of Southern California criticized Sheriff Lee Baca’s decision in a letter sent Thursday, saying that the technology amounts to a ray gun at a county jail. The 4-feet-tall weapon, which looks like a cross between a robot and a satellite radar, will be mounted on the ceiling and can swivel.

It is remotely controlled by an operator in a separate room who lines up targets with a joystick.

Pain Ray, Rejected by the Military, Ready to Blast L.A. Prisoners


2 responses to “Remote Controlled “Heat Beam Ray” to be used on Inmates in LA

  1. So what’s for dinner, pa?

    Microwaved jailbird…yum…yum!!

  2. I wonder how long it will take them to move it to civilian crowd control… That LA sheriff is nuts and need to be out of a job…

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