Yep, and also the reason the Feds pushed, and are still pushing, electronic medical records for everyone. It's much easier for them to grab whatever information they want on whomever they want without wasting time trying to get copies of paper records.
No they are not, my Federal Blue Cross Blue Shield records got hacked 18 months ago, but we were only told 3 months ago
I agree with you. When they hacked the Obamacare records all they got was Free Obamacare due to another website error.
its deeper than a cartoon, its about control and wanting their Shiria Law in place world wide to tell people how they should and WILL live their lives..
@ theglockguy007- And we're upset by it, get over that.
May 7, 2015 at 11:26am
Perhaps Gray himself was responsible. If he wasnt dealing in drugs, committing crimes, etc. living a clean life instead, he wouldnt be dead. There is a whole lot of information that has not come out yet. Sometimes nobody ever finds enough evidence to figure out one way or the other what exactly happened, and who (if anyone) is responsible.
Care to take a guess as to how many murders go unsolved each year?
LOL...that argument about if he wasn't dealing drugs he'd be alive is so anti-life and anti-Constitutional that it is stunning "conservatives" use it. As far as Gray being responsible for his own death, I guess it is possible to crush your own larynx and separate your spine while shackled and handcuffed, but probably not probable.
Funny you mention unsolved murders...does Baltimore have any? If so maybe cops should stop arresting the same low-level dumba**es like Gray over and over and over and focus on the murderers and rapists? Naaaaah, that'd be hard and require police work: LEOs are not concerned with police work.
"Sometimes nobody ever finds enough evidence to figure out one way or the other what exactly happened, and who (if anyone) is responsible. "
And oftentimes, a fascist will look at all the evidence in the world, and deny the patently obvious conclusion because it doesn't agree with his simplistic preconceived notions of how the world works.