Speaking of surveillance… <br><br>PAY ATTENTION. This is what an anonymous donor is willing to ‘test’ in St. Louis, Chicago and Baltimore… 3 regions where protests erupted and where Democrat elected leaders are under federal investigation for corruption… they want to foot the bill for a high crime city for 3 years… which leads us to the obvious question, what other bills in high crime cities are being footed by big business that are being kept under wraps and discussion about the conflict of interests and whether crime is being manipulated for profit,<br><br>”A tech company with an aerial approach to fighting crime wants to test it out in St. Louis for free.<br><br>”We’re actually able to go to the scene of the crime, watch the events occur, watch the guy run off about five blocks,” McNutt said of one experience in Mexico. “He went up behind a house to an abandoned car for 20 to 30 seconds, went back out, and went into a house three doors down.”<br><br>McNutt says within hours, police get a briefing.<br><br>The service usually costs about $2 million dollars a year, but McNutt says there’s a donor willing to foot the bill for a high-crime city for three years.<br><br>They’re zeroing in on St. Louis, Chicago or Baltimore.<br><br>The company tested the sky cameras in Baltimore in 2016, but kept it under wraps. McNutt says they want this deal to be a public process.”

Speaking of surveillance…

PAY ATTENTION. This is what an anonymous donor is willing to ‘test’ in St. Louis, Chicago and Baltimore… 3 regions where protests erupted and where Democrat elected leaders are under federal investigation for corruption… they want to foot the bill for a high crime city for 3 years… which leads us to the obvious question, what other bills in high crime cities are being footed by big business that are being kept under wraps and discussion about the conflict of interests and whether crime is being manipulated for profit,

“A tech company with an aerial approach to fighting crime wants to test it out in St. Louis for free.

“We’re actually able to go to the scene of the crime, watch the events occur, watch the guy run off about five blocks,” McNutt said of one experience in Mexico. “He went up behind a house to an abandoned car for 20 to 30 seconds, went back out, and went into a house three doors down.”

McNutt says within hours, police get a briefing.

The service usually costs about $2 million dollars a year, but McNutt says there’s a donor willing to foot the bill for a high-crime city for three years.

They’re zeroing in on St. Louis, Chicago or Baltimore.

The company tested the sky cameras in Baltimore in 2016, but kept it under wraps. McNutt says they want this deal to be a public process.”

EXCLUSIVE: St. Louis eyed as test market for aerial crime surveillance technology

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) — It sounds like something from a TV drama. A call comes in for a shooting. Police rewind satellite imagery to the time of the crime and then watch where the suspects come from and go to.

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