Oklahomos Test Literal Due Process Circumvention Device For Electronic Seizures

The Oklahoma State Patrol1 (WOT:nonpeople) is now testing a new device that is sure to set the standard for "law enforcement" officers that wish to quickly steal citizens funds without the hassle of due process. The Electronic Recovery and Access to Data machine, or ERAD for short, allows officers to scan any credit or debit cards of individuals suspected of criminal activity and seize any funds contained on them. Before the cards presented a mystery to officers who had to wonder how much their victim could pull out the an ATM with their debit card. A copy of the work contract with the state shows that they are paying a price of $5000 for the scanners and associated software, an expense which is surely to be quickly recouped within days. Sorry For Your Loss.


  1. Affectionately known as The Oklahomos  

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