Shouting Cameras Bark Orders At Residents To Leave Their Own Property
2012 02 13

By Steve Watson | PrisonPlanet.com

Residents of a block of flats in North London were outraged to discover cameras in their gardens barking out orders, telling them to leave the area immediately and that they were being monitored by the authorities.

In a scene that wouldn’t look out of place in the movie Robocop, one resident captured footage of the shouting cameras telling him “Stop, this is a restricted area and your photograph is being taken.”

The robotic American voice then warned that the images would “be sent for processing if you don’t leave the area now.”

Watch the footage below:


Video from: YouTube.com

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It was even suggested by some within government that some of the cameras may be fitted to speak in the voices of children in a bizarre psychological move to make people subjected to them more compliant.



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