Wired reports that the director of Scotland Yard's forensics division says that Britain should be collecting DNA samples from any primary school children who show signs of behavior that exhibit a propensity for later crimes, according to an article in the Observer.
The Yard's Gary Pugh says the idea that trivial offenses committed early in life can forecast more serious crimes later in life is supported by studies, and that identifying these individuals when they're children would not only aid crime-solving later, but possibly deter some of these suspects from committing crimes when they're adults.
For those who don't know Zeitgeist yet I suggest you to go and watch it: it' is a 2007 web film, produced by Peter Joseph, that presents a number of facts related to Christianity, the attacks of 9/11, and the Federal Reserve Bank, as well as theories related to those three topics.
Can you see it now?
1984, deception, Giuliani, lies, Orwell, USA
Pathetic, fear-mongering and words-twisting terrorism ads. Disgusting.
Roy Miller, co-founder of the Goldwater Institute in Arizona, endorses Ron Paul for President. George Orwell once said:
In times of universal deceit, telling the truth will be a revolutionary act
That's what's happening now, can't you see it?