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Oklahoma Police Uses New Device To Seize Money from cards

You may have heard of civil asset forfeiture.

That's where police can seize your property and cash without first proving you committed a crime; without a warrant and without arresting you, as long as they suspect that your property is somehow tied to a crime.

Now, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol has a device that also allows them to seize money in your bank account or on prepaid cards.

It's called an ERAD, or Electronic Recovery and Access to Data machine, and state police began using 16 of them last month.

Here's how it works. If a trooper suspects you may have money tied to some type of crime, the highway patrol can scan any cards you have and seize the money.

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http://www.news9.com/story/32168555/ohp-uses-new-device-to-seize-money-used-during-the-commission-of-a-crime
They'll be pulling teeth next.

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Origin of mystery deep-sea 'mushroom' revealed

By Myles Gough


Dendrogramma was named for the branching channels visible in its body mass


Australian scientists have used genetic material to pinpoint the origin of the deep-sea mushroom, an unusual gelatinous creature first dredged up near Tasmania in 1986.

The organisms have a cylindrical stalk capped by a flat, semi-transparent disc that houses visible channels branching outwards.

These channels, which resemble tree-like diagrams known as dendrograms, are the basis for its scientific name - Dendrogramma.

The original specimens were described for the first time in 2014 by a team of Danish scientists, one of whom had been aboard the 1986 voyage and later transported the samples to Copenhagen.

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http://www.bbc.com/news/world-australia-36457841


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