Activists Use Laser Projector To Warn Motorists Of Police CheckpointCopBlock.org
Aug. 21, 2012
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Police checkpoints suck. Why, after all, does someone believe they have the right to impede your freedom of travel, search your vehicle and demand your papers if you’ve done nothing wrong? That sure doesn’t make sense to me and it’s not something I’d voluntary fund.
Fortunately, once a checkpoint becomes known, individuals are actively warning others through the use of signs blocks prior to the checkpoint and through the use of technology like smartphone apps and now, as shown in this video, through the use of laser projectors.
Designed and built by ‘shire-based activist Bill Domenico, this device is an effective way to, as our friends at Peaceful Streets would say, protect and serve each other.