Police claim forcing people to submit their DNA will help reunite families


The American Police State has become a monster.

Police across the country are forcing motorists to give them blood, saliva (DNA) and much worse.

The National Highway Safety Administration, the agency that funds “No Refusal” DUI checkpoints and forcible blood draws, is also funding nationwide roadblocks that provide police with “voluntary” DNA samples.  

Presently, there are 28 states that force motorists to give police their DNA regardless of whether they’ve been convicted of a crime.

Police claim forcing people to submit their DNA will help reunite families…

According to a DHS article titled “Bringing a New Biometric Capability to Verify Families Separated by Crisis“.  Law enforcement claims that forcing people to submit their DNA is a public service and will be used to reunite families trust them…

“Following a crisis, families can often find themselves separated. With the help of first responders and law enforcement, these families have a better chance of being reunited with their loved ones.”

Responders have often used DNA to make familial connections, but the process typically takes multiple days to process in a forensics laboratory and can take up to a few months to get the results,” explained S&T Homeland Security Advanced Research Projects Agency (HSARPA) Resilient Systems Division (RSD) Program Manager Chris Miles. “The Rapid DNA technology can be used in the field to confirm kinship between a parent and a child with 99.5 percent likelihood of relationship in 90 minutes.”

Soon minimally trained police will detain a suspicious person who refuses to identify themselves, hold them for 90 minutes and will know with 95% certainty who they are and who they’re related too!

“This is an extremely valuable tool that allows for officers and responders to inform families about the loss of a loved one or reunite parents and children in real time, while distinguishing from fraudulent claims. The added benefit is that it is fast, requires minimal training, and it can be used in a variety of operational settings” said Miles.

Law enforcement admits, it’s about identifying people in a mere 90 minutes with 95% accuracy…

Having the ability to directly upload a profile into the national database from a Rapid DNA system provides laboratories with an excellent option for turning results around quickly,” commented Gray Amick, Ph.D., DNA Technical Leader at Richland County Sheriff’s Department.

Police will be able to identify an arrestee before the booking process is completed…

The goal of the FBI’s Rapid DNA initiative is to develop commercial instruments capable of producing a CODIS-compatible DNA profile within two hours and to integrate those instruments effectively within the existing CODIS structure to search unsolved crimes while an arrestee is in police custody during the booking process.”

Rapid DNA is so lucrative police departments are hiring DNA technical analysts. Here’s a few examples Gray Amick, Jessica Charak, Sarah Lewis. To find out more about DNA mapping read theGenomeWeb trade magazine.

DHS claims they developed Rapid DNA, but the FBI started Rapid DNA back in 2010.

“The FBI established a Rapid DNA Program Office in 2010 to direct the development and integration of Rapid DNA technology for use by law enforcement.”

Last month I warned everyone that Google the NSA & DHS are creating a global DNA database.

Google, the NSA and DHS are using “front companies” to create a global DNA database!

“On the heels of our AncestryHealth launch and our one million genotyped customers milestone for AncestryDNA, we’re excited to announce this collaboration with Calico to research and develop life changing solutions,” said Ken Chahine, Executive Vice President and Head of DNA and Health. “We have laid the groundwork for this effort through the combination of an unmatched family history database, one of the fastest growing genetic databases…”

Three private companies NetBio, IntegenX and GE have been making huge profits helping the FBI/DHS creating a worldwide DNA database.

Microsoft is working with NetBio and law enforcement to create a global DNA database:

.NET Bio is formerly the Microsoft Biology Foundation. “.NET Bio (formerly Microsoft Biology Foundation [MBF]) is a language-neutral bioinformatics toolkit built as an extension to the Microsoft .NET Framework—initially aimed at the area of Genomics research.”

Also Microsoft provides the computational tools used to create Rapid DNA. Nancy Stainton works for IntegenX and is a senior Microsoft developer.

IntegenX boasts how they’re the “global market leader for Rapid Human DNA identification.”

IntegenX also has a law enforcement program which trains cops on how to use Rapid DNA. Michael Fabozzi a former NYPD detective was a Director of Law Enforcement Programs at IntegenX. Clickhere to read more about law enforcement’s Rapid DNA program.

IntegenX has a website dedicated to helping police get cash, sorry I meant DHS grants to purchase Rapid DNA! IntegenX also trains cops in grant writing and if police are having trouble writing a grant proposal IntegenX offers them discounted grant writing service!

Police across the country are using a website calledPOLICEGRANTSHELP.COM to get anything they want.

Welcome to the grants assistance program on PoliceGrantsHelp.com. This program will assist you in developing a successful grant application for RapidHIT Rapid DNA System. Whether you’re just starting your grant project or need to add the final touches, our staff of grant consultants has teamed up with IntegenX to assemble a comprehensive package of helpful resources specific to Rapid DNA Analysis, including:

Online grant writing training
Free grant reviews
Discounted grant writing services
Grant alerts

In 2014, Morpho (Safran) partnered with IntegenX to profit off of a global DNA database…

“Morpho will partner with IntegenX to market its RapidHIT System to law enforcement and government agencies in select countries around the world.”

IntengenX has already created a DNA database in the UK:

Collecting arrestees DNA is not about PUBLIC SAFETY!

“RapidHIT is a fully automated system that generates DNA profiles from reference samples. It can be used in laboratories, police stations or directly at the crime scene. The RapidHIT System is the first rapid DNA technology to use an FBI-approved chemistry, enabling the upload of DNA profiles to the National DNA Index System (NDIS).”

GE, markets their Rapid DNA to police and healthcare providers…

“GE Healthcare offers a broad portfolio of products to support the forensics and law enforcementcommunities Including sample collection kits and cards and Rapid DNA analysis instrumentation.”

For more info. read GE’s “DNAscan Rapid DNA Analysis System – Fast , reliable DNA results processed in your booking station.”

Click here to watch another GE Rapid DNA video.


10 thoughts on “Police claim forcing people to submit their DNA will help reunite families

  1. ” reunite Families” hahahha good one

    what if you dont want to be reunited with your dam family ? didnt consider that one did ya

  2. A key reason why violations of privacy are threatening to freedom in the US is because liberty lovers here are so isolated. If we had a system of mutual emergency defense — like the pigs do, with their backup only a radio call away — we could shrug off a lot of these concerns.

  3. “Law enforcement claims that forcing people to submit their DNA is a public service and will be used to reunite families trust them…”

    Reminiscent of the so-called ‘government’s’ claim a few years back that chemtrailing is for our ‘benefit’ (right!), by helping to curb that awful ‘global warming’, don’cha know.

  4. if people want to get reunited with family.. they sure as hell dont need an unconstitutional road block to facilitate that .. so as per usual cop shit its a complete lie and full of illegal intent

  5. Yea, yea…any excuse to get people to willingly submit to their police state tyranny under the guise of “safety and security”.

    Between that and every gadget and object being sold and marketed as “SMART” these days, I just wanna vomit over and over again.

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