Copyright

Lisa Elkins is an independent investigative journalist that challenges the abuses of the establishment.
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  1. How come there Is no discussion about the hundreds of drones that come out nightly all over this town right now? About a month and a half ago I started noticing them in The Clairemont area in the dozens. Now on nightly basis 1to 3 of them are above my house and dozens more in the neighborhood. They follow me wherever I go whenever I get in my car to go somewhere. Of course it’s at night when they show up and its pretty much impossible to get them off your tail or getting them to refrain from following you. The have been doing so regularly and in a aggressive way. I’m beside myself with shock, anger and irritation. That our tax dollars are being squandered on flying robots that nobody wants, or are they putting us at ease and making us feel safe. Do I have any recourse with a restraining order or a harassment suit in getting them to stop? I feel helpless and can’t wrap my mind around the fact that everyone seems to have a oh well attitude about this. Who can help get thee things off my back? I feel like I have been flagged and will always be faced with this sort of harassment

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    • Very funny Nate. But if one of these things crashes in a remote area of the county and starts a fire let us hope we don’t have strong wind the next day. And dumping thousands of these experimental vehicles into one of the world’s busiest air spaces won’t relieve my stress when I’m on a commercial jetliner heading down the glide path to the airport regardless of whether I live in Crest or Coronado.

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