Looking at the current state of science you can only trust what's in your grey matter. Anything outside that can be listened to / intercepted or otherwise processed by the NSA.
In most European countries this kind of outcome for a simple car chase is unthinkable. It's almost as if the US cops were looking for an excuse to start shooting. Sure the car can be considered a weapon, but she was just fleeing (for whatever reason), definitely not warranting the on-the-spot death penalty.
Thank me later.
Mack - who is the incoming Chairwoman of the Subcommittee on Commerce, Manufacturing and Trade within the United States House Energy and Commerce Committee - wasn't a lone voice in opposing efforts to police the internet in the wake of WikiLeak's 'Cablegate' fiasco. A US Congressional hearing calling for criminal charges against WikiLeaks' founder Julian Assange was also played down as "extreme".
"I'm not switching to AC voltage, like ever.
Edison pwnz Tesla."