The Metro Nashville Police Department (MNPD) requested from the city’s COVID-19 Financial Oversight Committee a budget for new tasers, saying the ones they currently use are outdated, obsolete, and do not work properly.

MNPD Deputy Chief Chris Taylor told the committee in a December 8 meeting that the review of their taser equipment was prompted during COVID-19, while the department addressed how to arrest unruly suspects who were COVID-19 positive.

Metro Nashville Police Asks COVID-19 Budget Committee to Purchase New Tasers – Tennessee Star

OK, I am new to the state and all, but that seems to indicate a Law Enforcement agency has full access to a medical database of people infected with Chink Flu. My question is why and for what purpose? And no, I don’t think office safety is truly the motive, a suspect engaged in a criminal activity usually is not very forthcoming with the idea of identifying him/herself, so it is not after the arrest is made and an identity established that MNPD would have access to the infection status of the individual.

Now, needing tasers for known infected individuals who (for example) refuse to go to a Tennessee equivalent of Australia’s COVID camps does sound more plausible. I see you shaking your head and saying “Oh crap, he is now into the tinfoil hat mode” well, after all the shit that has happened in the last couple of years, you cannot dismiss the weird and the farfetched anymore.

 

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

7 thoughts on “MNPD: What kind of f***ery is this?”
  1. I see you shaking your head and saying “Oh crap, he is now into the tinfoil hat mode” well, after all the shit that has happened in the last couple of years, you cannot dismiss the weird and the farfetched anymore.

    Nowadays the time delay between “tinfoil hat conspiracy” and documented fact is running a few weeks to three months.

  2. When I found out that all of the hospital networks in Cincy could access each others patient records I knew that HIPPA was really about giving the goobers access to your data. If it’s networked, and the network extends beyond a building (assuming the building is very secure) then your data can be hacked. The secure building can be hacked too, it just takes a lot more work.

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