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I read the article. Has it perhaps been updated since you posted it? While I see a reference to "tracking technologies", I don't see any reference to GPS in the article. I'm curious if anything has been rewritten.
Hopefully the cops didn't resemble Pieces, or Critical Bill
Don't know all (any) of the facts but I think I'd find it hard to believe the cops had 'reasonable and articuable suspicion that criminal activity is afoot' for all the people stopped and detained.
Winston Smith weeps.
Believe GPS in this post is "Grand Police Search", sounds reasonable?
the gps was inserted with the money, the police tracked it down to an intersection and detained everyone in cars at that intersection.
Banks are now using a GPS transmitter in bundles of "robbery cash" along with the dye packs. The unit transmits its GPS coordinates which police can use to locate the particular bundle. What probably happened in Denver was the bundle was localized to an intersection where the police used the Deacon Jones method of finding a ball carrier. They detained everyone and then started throwing out those that didn't have the cash.
For those of you that don't remember Deacon Jones of the LA Rams, his theory was you tackled the backfield and threw out the players that didn't have the ball.
That makes sense, at least to me. As I said, I just didn't see an explicit reference to that in the article you linked to. Perhaps it's more fair to state that it wasn't there by the time I read the article.
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