Agreed. The original post is somewhat comparing oranges to tangerines. Seems to be more of a DIRCM or LAIRCM for drones than an offensive system.
To all the drone theorists, have you read any Fred Saberhagen?
A lot of problems with law enforcement is that they are not properly trained on what the laws actually say. They think that they have limited or no jurisdiction over parking spots on arguably private property.
In my state, we sometimes do presentations to LE on what the law actually says. Once a parking spot gets designated as a handicapped spot, it becomes subject to the laws of the state or the local municipality...not Wal-Mart or the mall or Starbucks. And once we tell them that all of the fine goes to the local municipality, they generally start enforcing the law almost gladly. This is the law about actually displaying a permit when parked in a handicapped spot, not determining if someone is disabled enough to park in the spot.
But sometimes not. In our town the school system is the biggest violator. We actually have photos of the school cops parked in handicapped spots.
A handicapped toilet stall (the king of poopin' stalls) does not require a permit to use, unlike a parking spot. Building codes (at least in the US) for new construction require access for the disabled, especially for public-use or gov't facilities. The Americans with Disabilities Act contains guidelines for ramps, doors, hallways, ratios of disabled-to-non-disabled parking spots, and yes, bathroom stalls. Most of the time someone involved with the construction of a facility that is supposed to be accessible just guesses at what is appropriate, and most of the time they get it wrong (angles of ramps, doors open wrong way, etc.).
A lot of fun can be had by calling people out who are parked illegally in a handicapped spot. They tend to go psycho on you the moment you question them.
The ADA is also hugely ignored.
You expect the stall door to close in a public restroom so you can have a little privacy. Shouldn't someone in a wheelchair expect the same?