Montag, 20. Juli 2009

Why Does Mexico Still Use GT200 Detectors?


User Dragunov on the Militaryphotos.net forum posted these photos of Mexican police using GT-200 detector molecular for finding drugs and weapons. Please warn the government of Mexico to stop using these fraudulent detectors before more police and civilians are killed! Instead of looking at the people in the cars who might be drug runners ready to shoot him, this officer is made to watch a freely swinging radio antenna attached to a plastic box that detects nothing.



This newspaper says 300 were bought.
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Latin American Herald Tribune - Mexico Finds Almost a Ton of Cocaine Inside Shark Carcasses
[By using worthless dowsing rods which should have zero credibility in court]

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The Latin American Herald Tribune reported a story about police in Mexico finding cocaine in frozen shark carcasses. When the shipment was inspected, it was first x-rayed, and "showed signs of irregularities." Then the GT-200 molecular detection dowsing rod was brought out and confirmed that the frozen shark bodies that had had their meat removed and replaced with an unknown powder, in one of the biggest drug smuggling areas in the world, just might have cocaine inside.

THE GT-200 DID NOT FIND THE COCAINE! The POLICE found the cocaine, using their training, experience, and the X-RAY machine showing the "irregularities."

The only thing the GT-200 can do is find the budget accounts of police and military units and suck them dry.




Mexico Finds Almost a Ton of Cocaine Inside Shark Carcasses
Caracas, Monday June 22,2009

MEXICO CITY – A shipment of 893 kilos (1,967 pounds) of cocaine was found hidden inside frozen shark carcasses in the southeastern Mexican port of Progreso, the Navy Secretariat said in a statement.

The drugs were found in a container being transported by the Marshall Islands-flagged Dover Strait vessel, which had departed from Costa Rica for this Gulf coast port, located in Yucatan state.

The secretariat said Wednesday that the seizure was made following a routine X-ray inspection of seven containers.

One of them showed signs of irregularities, prompting navy personnel to carry out a detailed inspection with the help of a GT-200 molecular detector and narcotics-sniffing dogs.

Upon opening one of the shark carcasses, the navy personnel found black plastic bags containing rectangular packages with cocaine inside, according to the secretariat, which did not indicate whether any arrests were made nor the intended destination of the drugs.

Experts say that, of the 650 tons of cocaine shipped each year from South America to the United States, some 400 tons are transported through Mexico and a large portion of that total remains in the Latin American country. EFE

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PLEASE HELP WARN THE POLICE IN MEXICO AND AROUND THE WORLD NOT TO BUY THESE WORTHLESS PRODUCTS THAT MAKE THE POLICE AND CITIZENS LESS SAFE. THEY JUST MAKE THE CRIMINALS SELLING THESE DOWSING RODS RICHER!

Update: More news from Mexico, with police using completely worthless dowsing rods to search for drugs and weapons. The article above about the three police from Thailand shows the danger of this. Second, what about people who are convicted based on the "evidence" provided by a dowsing rod. No scientific test has ever shown dowsing to be able to detect anything: water, drugs, explosives, gold. Dowsing does not work.



1 Kommentar:

Lonjho hat gesagt…

Hi.

Please check this video I made to try to explain visualy how the GT200 "works".

Thanks.