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ID Number: 12583
Maker: Kevin C. Pyle; Resistant Strains
Technique: offset
Date Made: 1994-1998
Place Made: United States: Vermont; United States: Vermont, Glover
Measurements: 59.5 cm x 44.8 cm; 23 7/16 in x 17 5/8 in
Main Subject: Prisons & Prisoners
Materials: glossy paper (fiber product)
Digitized: Y

Full Text:
(REACT) Remote Electronically Activated Technology Stun Belt "Inmate Notification of Custody Control Belt Use" You are hereby advised that you are being required to wear an electronic restraint belt. This belt discharges 50,000 volts of electricity. By means of a remote transmitter, an attending officer has the ability to activate the stun package attached to the belt, thereby causing the following results to take place: 1. Immobilization causing you to fall to the ground. 2. Possibility of self-defecation. 3. Possibility of self-urination. Failure To Comply With The Officer Directions Could Lead To Any Of The Above. * The belt could be activated under the following actions on your behalf and notification is hereby made: A. Any tampering with the belt. B. Failure to comply with staff's verbal order to halt movement of your person. C. Any attempt to escape custody. D. Any attempt to inflict serious bodily harm on another person. E. Any loss of visual contact by the officer in charge. I Understand The Above Information And Acknowledge Being Advised Of The Same. signature The above was taken from Bureau of Prisons (BOP) policy statement # P.S. 5558.10 dated Sept. 10, 1994. *It is notable that this document fails to mention other possible side effects such as heart attacks, permanent twitching, memory loss, v omitting, etc. by Kevin C. Pyle go to: for an electronic petition

Acquisition Number: 1998-030

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