- With no money being allocated to the very real needs
created by homelessness, poverty and starvation either here or anywhere
overseas that we have made "promises" this is how we spend "our
money" to defend the criminals inside this private-for-profit government
from the public they are trying to murder - routinely.
- MERCERVILLE, NJ
- May 27, 2009
- Laser developer Laser Energetics Inc. announced today
that it introduced its BLINDNESS and nausea-inducing Dazer
Laser non lethal [false] laser weapon in the US.
- The Dazer Laser comes in two hand held models [easy
for black ops agents to carry], the Defender and the Guardian, which can
be mounted on a rifle or a shotgun, the company said. The Defender emits
an eye-safe green beam with a diameter of 0.2 m to 2.5 m (about 1 to 8
ft) into what the company calls the Dazer Zone, the range
of which can adjust from as close as 1 m to the target to up
to 2400 m away, or nearly a mile and a half.
- How many "evidence-less car accidents"
will this create while a "perceived aggressor" [could be YOU]
is driving his car on the freeway?
- The beam, when shined in the face of a [target] "perceived
aggressor", temporarily [false] BLINDS him, impairs
his balance and induces motion sickness that lasts for several hours, making
it difficult to move, according to company publications. It can control
people even when their eyes are closed.
- The Guardian operates with a smaller-diameter beam and
a shorter range of up to 100 m, or about 328 ft. Potential applications
for the lasers include homeland security, prison security and crowd control
in riots, the company said. Both models can operate also in nondaze
mode as searchlights.
- Laser Energetics said its Dazer Laser Light Fighting
Technologies, which it called "a new tool to fight our enemies and
threats," was well-received during the parade, which included all
branches of the military as well as police and firemen. A speech by New
York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg closed the event.
- "This was the most appropriate place to begin our
role out of the 'ultimate nonlethal weapon'," said Laser Energetics
founder and CEO Robert D. Battis. "This weapon is humanitarian and
will save the lives of both the enforcer and the threat at longer ranges.
No longer will the enforcer have to risk their lives to bring the threat
in closer to them in order to engage them, which puts the enforcers life
- The Dazer Laser can be fired continuously, giving the
user the ability to aim the beam at the threat and fire until they hit
it, unlike other nonlethal weapons that have to be reloaded and only work
at close range, Battis said. The weapons can be used during the day or
at night, in light rain snow or fog.
- The company said it has completed engineering on both
units and is now fabricating parts. It anticipates having working units
of the prototypes by the end of the summer, with designing and engineering
of the production line to manufacture the units taking place now.
- "We anticipate proposals of over $200 million before
the end of the summer 2009," wrote Battis Wednesday on the company's
Web site. "Our first round of presentations over the last month have
gone better than we could have imagined."
- The company's recently completed expansion almost doubled
its floor space in anticipation of starting a Dazer Laser pilot production
- For more information, visit: www.laserenergetics.com