Explosives & Weapons

  Posted on: Thursday, August 9, 2018
Alleged Venezuelan Assassination Attempt Underscores Domestic Problem of Weaponized Drones
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The alleged assassination attempt on Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro carried out by two drones has opened up the conversation on how to control weaponized drones. Jason Snead, a political analyst at conservative think-tank the Heritage Foundation, detailed in a new article the alarming truth about the threats Americans face from weaponized drones. Under current law, it is illegal for law enforcement and private citizens to shoot down a drone that is being used to cause harm.



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