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Can You Shoot Down Drones?
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I know I sound like I’m wearing a tinfoil hat when I talk about emerging drone law, BUT THEY ARE COMING FOR US.

Robots that fly and spy on us are being put in the hands of private citizens. Drone regulations are being written by lobbyists for drone manufacturers and other companies. You’re going to wake up one day, and there’s going to be a drone outside your bedroom window writing you a ticket for sodomy.

I’m not the only one who knows what’s coming. Just take a look at this crazy, gun-toting New Jersey man who shot one down that was flying over his property…


CBS Philly and Popular Science have stories about “Johnny Dronehunter.” Russell J. Percenti (a.k.a. Johnny Dronehunter) has YouTube clips up of him shooting drones for target practice.

This week, Percenti was arrested for shooting down a drone that was flying over his property. Percenti was charged with Possession of a Weapon for an Unlawful Purpose and Criminal Mischief.



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Accomplished photographer and widely published author. His articles and stories have appeared in ezines, magazines, and journals worldwide. His love for people, nature, and adventure has led him to travel widely across North America, photographing the natural world and its inhabitants. When traveling, Steve captures his experiences in poems, pictures, and stories.
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