Weren't these machines banned in Europe over health concerns from radiation exposure? I know that these are prisoners but shouldn't the health effects of such a machine be studied prior to deploying stuff like this out into the world? http://science.howstuffworks.c...
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Let's see that would mean that they are basing these statistics on a sample of 50 people, okay perhaps, other factors not studied may have influnenced this small sample size like say depression, personality type, motivation levels etc... how can you apply these statistics universally?
This could also affect how you pay for your medications, as of right now, where I live in NC if you have a Health Savings account or a Flexible Spending account for your medical payments, you can no longer use them to pay for non-prescription medications, I think this is a good idea, as long as it isnt a ploy by insurance companies to get out of having to pay for the medications
What were the other 34% of unconstitutional searches for? My understanding is that only 3 out of over 700 warrantless searches and wiretaps were for cases that involved terrorism. This is why there were FISA courts in the the first place to prevent these kinds of abuses. Welcome to the land of the free and the home of the brave, that is until someone decides to declare you an enemy of the state.