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Published on Jul 14, 2008
In this clip from FOX25 News Boston Molly Line shows the use of "The Rumbler," a low frequency sound device by Boston Police to complement their sirens. They are used to alert motorists that the police are on an emergency call. The same kind of technology is being used as electrical harassment weapons by corporations, organized crime and other interested parties to discredit and to disable their critics, and unpopular persons in general. Mass state law prohibits possession of such devices for non law enforcement purposes. See Mass General Laws Chapter 140, Section 131 J. http://www.mass.gov/legis/laws/mgl/14...
With New Device, Police Shake, Rattle and Roll D.C.'s High-Tech 'Rumbler' Siren Emits a Low-Frequency Vibe You Can Feel
By Allison Klein Washington Post Staff Writer Monday, October 29, 2007; B01