I was just saying how it will only be a matter of time before someone attaches a gun to a commercial drone, and I come across someone else who thinks this, too:
Sen. Floyd Prozanski, D-Eugene, and Rep. John Huffman, R-The Dalles, have introduced separate but related legislation aimed at restricting future use of drones by law enforcement and the public. Both bills would criminalize use of drones to fire bullets or missiles and to spy on people.
The last thing I think people want to do is look outside their picture window or their bedroom window and see a drone,” Prozanski says, explaining why he drafted Senate Bill 71. “This seems somewhat space age. But the reality is, they’re here.”
I’m sorry, Sen. Prozanski, but a law is not going to stop people from using drones this way. And as I say, when drones are outlawed, only the outlaws have drones.