Cool to be sure but I'm not sure what a good idea it is. I mean with radios etc. is a 150+ mile per hour chase really necessary? I would think this would really put the offender, the public and the officer at great risk. Are they ging to send the officer to track school?
And are they goijng to make them wear protective gear? I am always amazed at what motor officers wear, or don't wear, while patrolling. Why don't they get the pretty green and white leathers the German Polizei have?
I understand Aerostich made a special suit for police officers, and was absolutely underwhelmed by the demand.
Is this like the NSA tracks your phone calls it's ok, if you have nothing to hide. Or is this like if the FBI raids an office of the member of the House of Representative, and there is probable cause, it becomes a separation of powers thing.
Sorry bored, no wheels, waiting for parts from out of town. Consider this fishing. I need the entertainment. Watched last years Mugello, all classes. Bored again.
I grew up in Oklahoma near the Texas border. When you enter Texas, the signs say "Drive Friendly". When you enter Oklahoma the signs say "Speed Limits Strictly Enforced. No Tolerance" That says it all!
I don't think its ok for the government to track phone numbers, calls, and/or conversations. It is just another step in taking away rights and freedoms.
The FBI raid was based on a bribe that the representative took...in cash...in a briefcase. Not exactly an innocent by-stander. Most likely the FBI did over step there bounds, but lets not over look the real story that our Representatives are (oh-so-shockingly) nothing more than crooks ready for a pay-off.
Sorry, but people have been killed who have had nothing to had in the past and it will also happen in the future.
The "what are you worried about if you have nothing to hide" defense is ridiculous.
AND all we need now are more cops that don't know when to brake off from a high speed chase and become a 150mph missile. They have enough problems not shooting themselves in the foot and head during training demonstrations.