Independent Benghazi Commission Recommends Non-Lethal Pain Rays at ALL US Embassies

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The Active Denial System’s heat rays haven’t been put to use in warzones. But the commission studying the Benghazi attack thinks it and other non-lethal weapons might help protect diplomats. Photo: U.S. Air Force

Lately, we have not been following the commission hearings on the US Embassy tragedy in Benghazi, Libya, as much as we normally would.  Reason being, with all of the chaotic incidents going on recently.

Since the beginning of last week, what has buzzed is that Hillary Clinton had a fall which caused a concussion, due to severe dehydration from an illness. This led to her missing the hearings and testifying on the US Embassy attack in Benghazi.

The commotion today were the resignations of top US State Department officials and the following interesting recommendation from the panel that really caught my eye; The Pain Ray neutralizer.

This commission looking into the Benghazi embassy incident levied its opinion: Everyone’s incompetent, and to counteract this, high-tech “non-lethal” crowd control like heat rays should be put into place. Well then.

Here are the paragraphs detailing suggested tech improvements:

19. There have been technological advancements in non-lethal deterrents, and the State Department should ensure it rapidly and routinely identifies and procures additional options for non-lethal deterrents in high risk, high threat posts and trains personnel on their use.

20. DS should upgrade surveillance cameras at high risk, high threat posts for greater resolution, nighttime visibility, and monitoring capability beyond post.

What does that mean? According to Danger Room, which would probably know best, options include, “a laser flash that “dazzles” oncoming attackers, an ear-splitting sonic blaster … and a microwave-like pain ray that make targets feel like they’re being hit with the exhaust of a giant oven”.

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Zapping humans has been put on hold, for the time being. – Getty Images

The report continues that security procedures were overall unacceptably lax, considering the climate of violence in the region. But those weapons above probably won’t be what solves things, considering beyond the technology giving everyone issues (which it probably will), non-standard weaponry is easy for enemies to draw up propaganda against, and tricky to classify in diplomatic situations. Long story short, technology alone can’t dig us out of this hole. [US via Danger Room]

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