First the Taser, Now the “Pain Ray"?

An AID is a pain-delivery device that will be soon tested on “unruly” inmates at the sheriff’s detention facility in Castaic, California, where an inmate brawl broke out late August, injuring two officers. The currently 600-pound, seven-foot device fires a directed beam of millimeter waves that penetrate 1/64th of an inch into the skin — about four times the thickness of a piece of paper — where pain receptors are located.

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