Active Denial System

Pentagon lies to 60 minutes about "non-lethal" ray-gun

For those who haven't seen it yet, here is the 60-minutes piece on the ADS :

It seems that the part about "non-lethal" is not .. lets say "entirely accurate" ..

The Ray Gun
By Jamie Glazov | Thursday, April 03, 2008

Frontpage Interview’s guest today is Dave Gaubatz, the first Federal Agent (civilian) to enter Iraq in 2003. Currently the Director of the Mapping Shari'a project and owner of Wahhabi Counter-terrorism publications providing first-hand intelligence for law enforcement and CT professionals.

FP: Dave Gaubatz, welcome to Frontpage Interview.

Gaubatz: Thank you and again it is an honor.

An Example of 9/11 Denial

In January, I visit my high school - a Jesuit college-prep school - and discuss 9/11 Truth with a few of my old teachers. Most were open and receptive. But my sophomore English teacher reacted much more defensively.

After telling her that my political interests had taken me down the 9/11 rabbit hole, I started discussing LIHOP evidence. I didn't have a chance to get to the MIHOP evidence, because as soon as I mentioned the possibility of US officials even doing as much as deliberately looking the other way, she cuts me off and says "Why are ya so paranoid?"

(And the look on her face basically said, Oh honey, you've gone off the deep end. Take some Prozac and some Lithium, and make yourself a nice hot cup of cocoa.)

Coming soon to a demo near you.

Shake and bake baby.


The US military has given the first public display of what it says is a revolutionary heat-ray weapon to repel enemies or disperse hostile crowds. Called the Active Denial System, it projects an invisible high energy beam that produces a sudden burning feeling.