Tuesday, May 22, 2007

Unleash the Dogs

For the first time ever, police are using protesters bathing habits against them:

German authorities are using scent tracking to keep tabs on possibly violent protesters against next month's Group of Eight summit - a tactic that is drawing comparisons with the methods of former East Germany's secret police.

Scent samples have been taken from an undisclosed number of people believed to be a possible danger to the upcoming summit so that police dogs can pick out the perpetrators if there is violence, the Hamburger Morgenpost reported Tuesday.

What a conundrum. Preserve the eau de dreadlock, or shower and waste Mother's precious resources.

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