New “killer chip” could track terrorists, then eliminate them by releasing poison

by editor on May 19, 2009

The "killer chip" (also known as "the Napolitano Chip" at the Department of Homeland Security)

The "killer chip" (also known as "the Napolitano Chip" at the Department of Homeland Security)

A Saudi inventor has developed “the killer chip,” a tiny semiconductor-controlled device that can be implanted in a person, allowing authorities to track them from anywhere in the world with GPS.

A second version of the device could remotely release poison to “eliminate” anyone who becomes “a security risk.”

The patent application was tossed by Germany’s Patent and Trademark Office because that nation doesn’t recognize inventions they deem unethical or a danger to the public.

Sadly, Attorney General Eric Holder would never consider using this product on the terrorists he wants to release in the United States, but Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano probably would consider using it on those dreaded rightwing terrorists.

Source: World Net Daily

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5 Comments on "New “killer chip” could track terrorists, then eliminate them by releasing poison"

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4rc
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those crazy scientists. This stuff is not funny. Imagine everyone in the world implanted with this the moment they were born

oc madam
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maybe Obama can plant it in Joe Biden…

Dave
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There is ABSOLUTELY NO WAY I’m getting that crap implanted in my arm. Our privacy is slowly evaporating…this is sad.

Administrator
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See, I knew you were dangerous. You rightwing terrorists will need to comply and submit.

Ovadue
Guest

Oh crap! that was funny!

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