CRIME SOLVED: Wear ‘Don’t Shoot/Rob/Rape Me’ Bracelets

Sweden

Police Launch ‘Don’t Touch Me’ Wristbands to Stop Migrant Sex Attacks in Sweden

Sweden’s police chief unveiled the force’s latest weapon in the fight against sexual assault: wristbands reading “Don’t touch me”.

The press release announced that police intend to equip young women with wristbands with the slogan “don’t touch me”. This will happen over the summer, at festivals and other events for young people. “By wearing these wristbands,” Sweden’s police chief said, “young women will be able to make a stand”.

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A Swedish police report released last month noted that the country had the worst rates of sexual violence against women in Europe. The report acknowledged migrants were responsible for the bulk of the problem but the police were accused of making excuses for the perpetrators…

Migrant sex gangs are alleged to have been roaming the Sthlm music festival for 12 to 17-year-olds for the past two summers. One leaked police memo indicated that “unaccompanied youth” migrants, from the Middle East, were responsible for most of the attacks.

Murdoc wonders if a young woman who chooses not to wear one of these anti-touching bracelets is touched, was she asking for it?

If this no-touch bracelet idea came from some advocacy group, it would be laughable. But the fact that it’s coming from the government makes it shameful and illustrates just how little the government can do to protect its citizens.

Meprolight M5 to equip Israel Defense Forces

Meprolight M5Meprolight Selected by Israel Defense Forces (IDF) to Supply Thousands of Red Dot Sights:

Meprolight – a leading manufacturer of electro-optical systems, thermal and night vision equipment, Laser Range Finder systems, and Self-Illuminated sights for military, law enforcement and civil applications – was selected by the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) as the sole supplier of the next generation of combat sights. Delivery of thousands of MEPRO M5 Red Dot Sights will begin next month and continue for about a year.

According to Benny Kokia, Vice President, Sales & Marketing, “We are very proud that the IDF selected us as the sole suppliers of their next generation of combat sights, following an evaluation and testing process that resulted in a clear acknowledgement that the MEPRO M5 is the best sight in its category.”

The MEPRO M5 Red-Dot Sight is an energy-efficient, compact sight that provides thousands of operating hours while utilizing a single “AA” commercial battery. Featuring battle-proven LED technology and rugged MIL-STD design, the sight assures reliability under the harshest environmental conditions. With its large display window and clearly-defined Red Dot, the MEPRO M5 ensures rapid target acquisition with both eyes open. Offering numerous reticle brightness intensities, the MEPRO M5 suits every tactical scenario. To facilitate night operations and long-range target engagement, the MEPRO M5 is compatible with GEN II and GEN III NVGs as well as with Magnifying Scopes. Its human engineering allows positioning of NVGs and Magnifiers close to the sight’s optics with no decrease in the field-of-view and without compromising convenient switch operation.

Mr. Kokia added, “In addition to the technological superiority, the quality, and the high level performance of the MEPRO M5 Red Dot Sight, we were also selected due to the excellent service we provide our customers. Our customer service begins long before the actual purchase is made, and continues throughout the integration process and maintenance support. We consider the ongoing post-sale follow-up of great importance, and regard it as the key to creating long-term relationships with our customers.”

Huge British Retailer won’t sell shooting magazines to kids under 14

WH Smith bans under 14s from buying shooting magazines despite no age restrictions on owning guns

WH Smith has banned children from buying magazines about shooting – even though it is legal for them to own a gun.

Britain’s biggest newsagent has introduced an over-14s limit on all copies of country sports magazines following a campaign by animal rights activists.

Kids can still buy automotive magazines even though they can’t drive.

It’s almost like it doesn’t make any sense.

Chinese General

A Chinese general officer visiting Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, N.C., holds an M4 carbine May 9, 2012. Chinese Minister of National Defense Gen. Liang Guanglie and the rest of the Chinese delegation were touring several U.S. military installations at the invitation of Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta. The purpose of the visits was to highlight the improvement in the United States’ capacity to cooperate in areas of mutual interest, such as humanitarian assistance, disaster relief and addressing nontraditional and transnational security threats and counterpiracy. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Bryan Nygaard/Released)
A Chinese general officer visiting Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, N.C., holds an M4 carbine May 9, 2012. Chinese Minister of National Defense Gen. Liang Guanglie and the rest of the Chinese delegation were touring several U.S. military installations at the invitation of Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta. The purpose of the visits was to highlight the improvement in the United States’ capacity to cooperate in areas of mutual interest, such as humanitarian assistance, disaster relief and addressing nontraditional and transnational security threats and counterpiracy. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Bryan Nygaard/Released)

They didn’t give the general a magazine.