Wednesday, 10 December 2008

The Success of the ADE........

It is good to note that the ADE is proving such a deterrent in Iraq........

Iraq blasts in Fallouja and Mosul kill at least 18, including 2 U.S. soldiers

Suicide bombers, explosions rock Iraq

BAGHDAD, Iraq (CNN) -- Three suicide bombers and a car bomb in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul on Saturday capped off a day of nationwide violence that left at least 15 people dead and 94 wounded, police and Iraqi officials said.
Six people were killed and five were hurt when a suicide bomber wearing an explosive vest walked up to an Iraqi police checkpoint in Mosul, according to an Interior Ministry official.
Two of the dead were police officers.

Iraq explosions kill 11;
At Yarmouk Hospital in west Baghdad, a car bomb killed two people and wounded 13 as they entered the clinic, according to police Lt. Thaer Mahmoud

Consecutive explosions strike Iraq Azamiya

Al Azamiya was stricken by the thunder of terrorism as two consecutive explosions rocked the region killing tens of people and causing chaos all over the city leaving citizens in despair.

Explosions rock Iraq's capital

Explosions went off near the heavily fortified Green Zone shortly after Cheney arrived. Helicopter gunships circled central Baghdad, but no details were immediately available on the cause of the explosions.

Explosions and Shootings Disrupt Relative Calm in Iraq
Explosions felt in separate Iraqi neighborhoods
Two explosions in different parts of Iraq on the weekend killed 14 people and left scores injured.
12 explosions in Iraq kill at least 152
A dozen explosions ripped through the Iraqi capital in rapid succession Wednesday, killing at least 152 people and wounding 542 in a series of attacks that began with a suicide car bombing that targeted laborers assembled to find work for the day.

And the list goes on and on...........

I cannot help but notice that all the ADE units the Iraqi Police/Army bought are proving such a deterrent against bomb attacks.............This Mr Jim highlights the nonsense that the ADE can detect explosives. Where are the 'success' stories, the arrests, the explosive finds?
The truth is that the deployment of the ADE in Iraq has made absolutely no difference in the amount of attacks using explosives whatsoever.
So much for Mr Jims 'real world testing'!!!!!!

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Well put!! It's always struck me that if these bloody so called detectors were any good we would be getting almost daily news of their successes. As it is all we see are a handful of anecdotal stories, and so called customer testing.

Of course they don't work otherwise we would be seeing them everywhere, and Fat Jim would be even fatter on the profits than he already is! Hi Jim, you un-loveable rogue.

peter said...

Yet again Techo strikes at the heart of the matter! Good man!

Come on folks, get behind the campaign to close ATSC and Global Technical down. They are pure scum selling false hope at the real and present danger to innicent lives. What could be worse than this immoral scam?

Plus the fact that they are corrupting people to buy their rubbish bits of plastic and metal at extortionate prices.

let them know what you think of them by dropping them a line at:

http://www.globaltechnical.co.uk

and

http://www.atscltd.com/

Just took another look at the ATSC site. If it wasn't so serious it is almost comical seeing that radio aerial sticking out of that bit of plastic moulding. Maybe they can detect something though! A good readio station perhaps!

Simon said...

I never thought about that angle, of course, if these things worked they would be all over the papers and on television. If they can't detect explosives in Iraq, they can't detect explosives full stop. Good luck in stopping these fraudsters.

Anonymous said...

Hi Simon,

Feel free to drop your M.P. a line about this. The more noise we can make, the more chance someone will pick up on it and shut these sons of bitches down.

JP said...

If there was any justice these frauds would be arrested and charged, then have their assets seized.