Police Will Use X-Ray Guns To Fight War On Drugs

As if you weren't paranoid enough while driving high.  Cops will eventually have X-Ray guns to scan your vehicle during routine traffic stops!  The new high tech x-ray device developed by The American Science and Engineering Company can be used by officers without a warrant; meaning anything stashed inside your car, including bumpers and tires, can be detected.  Law enforcement views this as a productive way for officers to fight the war on drugs.

The Mini Z will cost somewhere around $50,000, making it seemingly difficult for local police stations to afford - or so we think.  The  Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant rewards local police stations with cash based on their collective small drug arrests.  So if you happen to notice frequent drug arrests in your surrounding area, don't be surprised if Mini Z guns pop up in your neighborhood soon!