STEVE WATSON infowars.com A drone that is capable of firing 400 rounds of pepper spray and paint balls, as well as employing “blinding lasers” and loudspeakers to deter protesters has been developed and sold to an undisclosed company following a demonstration at a trade show in London. Reports indicate that an undisclosed mining company in South Africa has purchased 25 of the “Skunk riot control copter” devices developed by military surveillance and communications contractor Desert Wolf. The company’s website describes the drone as being “equipped with 4 high-capacity paint ball barrels firing at up to 20 bullets per second each, with 80 Pepper bullets per second stopping any crowd in its tracks.” “The current hopper capacity of 4000 bullets and High Pressure Carbon Fiber Air system it allows for real stopping power.” the description continues. “Bright strobe lights, blinding Lasers and with on-board speakers enables communication and warnings to the crowd,” the company also notes. Defence Web notes that the eight-rotored drone also has high definition and thermal vision cameras, and comes with a ground control station to be operated by two people. Desert Wolf’s director, Hennie Kieser, notes that the operators will be monitored by a camera and microphone, to ensure that they are not ” too aggressive”. Exactly who will be watching them on the camera and listening to them on the microphone is not explained. to read more: infowars.com
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