Police set up roadblocks to ‘voluntarily’ collect DNA, blood samples from innocent Americans
by Mike Adams
Wednesday, June 12, 2013
When a group of uniformed men wearing guns sets up a road block then ask you to “volunteer” a DNA sample and blood sample, it stretches the definition of “volunteer.” But that’s what happened in Alabama yesterday as off-duty cops in two counties set up DNA collection roadblocks and stopped cars to ask if drivers wanted to “volunteer” DNA swabs and blood samples.
It was all part of a study being conducted by the Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation, which is probably studying what percentage of the sheeple population will allow the government to swipe their DNA and archive it in a database for a measly ten bucks.
According to a story published in the Daily Caller, “drivers were asked to voluntarily offer samples of their saliva and blood.”
Just one county in Alabama had set up five roadblocks in one day, and more are being rolled out nationwide. The explanation behind all this is that it’s for a “medical study” to see how much alcohol drivers have in their blood.
If this is a “medical” study, then why not have scientists in lab coats stopping cars to collect blood?