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GPS-tracking of so-called "sex-offenders" is the first step in the
Orwellian-style monitoring of EVERY CITIZEN, and when you read the
information provided below and follow the hyperlinks to independent
sources, and realize that every cellular phone
manufactured after the year 2000 is GPS-equipped, you will know the
extent of the "deep shit" this country (USA) is in today, and just how close
YOU are from
surreptitious monitoring by your local Gestapo. If Adolph
Hitler had this technology, we would all be singing "Edelweiss" right
now. Don't think for a moment that this technology was developed for the
protection of the public against "predators" - for in reality,
these are very few and extremely far-between. No, this technology was developed
with the excuse and under the pretense of protecting YOU from criminals,
just as the war in the Middle East was predicated upon the
9-11 attacks which were a
false-flag operation of our own government to rally support of US
citizens for the
war, as was the case with the non-existent
Weapons of Mass-Destruction, the
Tonkin incident (which NEVER HAPPENED) that started the Vietnam War,
JFK Assassination (which was a
conspiracy), Operation Northwoods,
and The Plot to Seize The
White House in the 1930s, among a litany of others nobody has ever
The TRUTH is that Recidivism rates among
released "sex-offenders" is the LOWEST among any other type of
crime... possibly because these so-called "sex-offenders" are actually
innocent of the crimes they've been convicted of (or pled guilty to) as
illustrated by the hundreds of "sex-offenders"
released after DNA evidence exonerated them.
The TRUTH is that the public is being SCARED into supporting
Megan's Law which is
WORSE than useless according to a
At the end of this article, I reveal how
this tracking technology - along with some self-imposed tracking via
your smart-phone, can thwart the efforts of corrupt cops or other
witch-hunting, crusading bastards
to accuse you of crimes you did not commit.
A Typical GPS Tracker is a small black
plastic box about 3/4 the size of a pack of cigarettes. The unit is
fixed to the ankle by a plastic strap which is easily cut off in case of
emergency with a standard pair of scissors, or with a pocket knife.
This unit contains a GPS receiver powered
by a battery which will last about a year.
The unit sends location data to what
I call an "Albatross"
- a 1980s era type Nextel Cell phone (see photos below) which has to be
kept within Bluetooth range of the GPS anklet.
The word 'albatross'
is used metaphorically to mean a psychological burden that feels like a
curse. Click the link to read the Wikipedia article.
The "Albatross" is a Nextel Cell phone
which is specially modified for Exacutrack. The unit shown here is
Model # EX-540 You can get the
(PDF) brochure (click
All of the number keys are covered by an
ABS plastic cover which adds bulk and weight to the already cumbersome
piece of shit that has to be lugged around by the person being tracked.
There is no belt clip on this phone.
The Albatross is supplied with a
ballistic nylon case with both a metal belt clip and a nylon (snap-type)
belt clip - not that anyone wants this turd hanging from their belt.
Metal belt clip (top, left) Nylon belt
loop clip (top, right) Albatross nylon case rear view (bottom). 10-year
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The iPhone / Droid Marketplace has
a No-Cost alternative to the GPS Albatross. It is a FREE App called "Life
360". On the map shown in the photo to the
left, registered "sex offenders" are shown on the map as the tan-colored
markers (the user can choose NOT to display these markers).
Law enforcement can save themselves the
expense of all of this cumbersome GPS tracking equipment by using this
has an option to REQUEST that a "family member" check in. When this
option is selected, an SMS or TXT message is sent requesting that the
person "sign in". A call to the monitored person would verify that he /
she is in possession of the phone being located, and the location of
that person is shown instantly on the map with +/- 20 foot accuracy.
Since modern smart phones are ubiquitous,
the person being monitored probably already owns one. In addition, the
GPS locators on these modern phones is much more accurate and reliable
than the GPS Albatross, and also incorporate alternative location technology
such as using the IP address of WiFi routers (their IP address can be
obtained even if the WiFi is secured with a password) which the
Albatross is incapable of.
Yes, there is no ankle shackle associated
with this method, but this should not be necessary since a phone call to
the monitored phone could establish if the person being tracked is
actually in possession of the phone. In addition, all phones that are
GPS-capable (all phones manufactured after the year 2000 are
GPS-equipped) have the ability to store tracking information at pre-set
The phone shown in the photo is a
Motorola Atrix on the AT&T network, but the application will work on any
iPhone or Droid phone on any provider network.
Another possibility is to use a modified
form of a
Tagg™ Pet Tracker.
If people are going to be
tracked like pets or farm animals, we might as well save the taxpayers
some money. This device is certainly less expensive, and much smaller
than the "GPS Albatross" now being used (see above), and the cost of the
"service" to track the device is less than $10 per month.
See my review of this device.
A great feature
Life 360 app
is that it can store a "track record" of where you've been, and keep
this data in the record for MONTHS.
One good thing about
GPS tracking - if you do it yourself - is that you will have an
air-tight alibi if you are ever falsely accused of a crime by a witness
who has been brainwashed by the police
into picking your sorry ass out of a line-up, or from an old mug-shot.
tracking may not, on the surface seem to be as "air-tight" an alibi as
an Albatross (above), you could correlate this record of the phone's
whereabouts with the record of your incoming and outgoing calls, to be
able to call
witnesses who will testify that they spoke with you on this phone at the
date and time in question, thereby establishing that the phone was
indeed in your physical possession when the GPS record was made, and
that you were nowhere near
"The Abandoned Farmhouse"
where the alleged crime occurred, or that said "farmhouse"
does not, in fact exist
(establishing what the law calls a lack of "subject-matter
jurisdiction" and / or proving
that the witness was coached. This
would be absolutely "bullet-proof" if your incoming / outgoing call
record matches the call record on the witness' phone.
I trust that this article has illustrated
that there will always be methods of defeating the
dictatorship by using the technology they are attempting to use against
us - against them.