Town Considers Bounty on US Drones

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The President, Congress and the Department of Homeland Security may think it's legal to spy on the Land of the Free by deploying thousands of drones over the skies of America, but the residents of Deer Trail, Colorado have a different idea. Not only are they set to vote on hunting licenses authorizing the shoot down of unmanned aerial vehicles hovering over their town, but they'll be issued a $100 bounty if they can prove they did it.

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  1. 27563208
    27563208 Jul 19, 2013

    This would be a clear violation of federal law, and subject anyone who does hinder or encourages to hinder their flight be subject to line and imprisonment. And that includes the members of the community's ruling body.

  2. ms6
    ms6 Jul 20, 2013

    Darn!!! Just when I was studying to be an Inflight drone repairman.

  3. armouredhussar
    armouredhussar Jul 21, 2013

    Is that US government Drones only? Then they are traitors. If they are for all drones including corporate drones then I support it. I can see one day soon UPS, Pizza Pizza etc. will get rid of delivery people and use drones instead. So now you are hunting to support your family. Picture this, it is Friday night you and you son are out on the back porch with your favourite 12 gauge or net gun. A drone zips overhead and BANG! Kids dinner is served! Or hey honey I got some stuff from Amazon. What’s 50 shades of Grey?

  4. 24848339
    24848339 Jul 21, 2013

    Only $100? Let's up the ante a bit and I might consider a trip. More money means more participation.

  5. whitter86
    whitter86 Jul 21, 2013

    Like they would send a drone to bfe deer trail.

  6. ecarfar
    ecarfar Jul 22, 2013

    I Love it! This is what makes America great!

  7. CaptCavCoVan
    CaptCavCoVan Jul 22, 2013

    What bunch of dorks!

    SGTBJH Jul 22, 2013

    Gee, I hope no one hits a RC hobby plane, those things can easily cost in the $1,000s.

  9. big1rotti
    big1rotti Jul 22, 2013

    What an idiotic act, I guess he believes that 911 was a gov't. conspiracy as well.

  10. 5810252
    5810252 Jul 31, 2013

    I luv it! Let's get some target practice in !

  11. ChristopherBlackwell
    ChristopherBlackwell Aug 04, 2013

    One might wonder if the drones used in the United States will be armed. Also how will we know if they are? Can't trust the government not to lie to us. If they were, the town might find itself in a whole lot of trouble.

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