'My concern is that they have learnt to shoot at divers in wetsuits who have simulated terrorists in exercises. If divers or windsurfers are mistaken for a spy or suicide bomber and if equipped with special harnesses carrying toxic darts, they could fire,' he said. 'The darts are designed to put the target to sleep so they can be interrogated later, but what happens if the victim is not found for hours?'
Tuesday, October 04, 2005
Killer Dolphins on the Loose
Beware, anyone who goes to the Gulf! These poor dolphins could be anywhere after the storms that have ripped up their homes! Of course, since no one is denying or confirming anything, then who knows if these dolphins were moved, if they don't exist, or if they're happily eating their dolphin food in their pond somewhere in Louisiana. Although, the official (an accident investigator) that's been chosen for comments in the article does sound a little chilling: (I know that this is not a laughing matter for all of the animal rights activists who would rather shoot off a toe than use an animal like this, but I had to laugh - I couldn't stop a picture of Flipper equipped with a harness of bullets strapped across his back a la Rambo):