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Tuesday, February 8

How To Implement RFID Chips: Contaminated Money

One way to get rid of money altogether and implement RFID chips in their place as a medium of exchange is to have "terrorists" contaminate it with a super flu virus. All the media stories that focus on the impending super flu (it is coming after all) will possibly, in the event of an outbreak, identify bills of exchange as the transmitter of a viral agent. This would in the short term drive people to make transactions electronically, but the long term solution is to get rid of the bills and replace them with RFID chips.

Jan 28, 2005 11:00 pm US/Eastern
PHILADELPHIA (KYW) Money that has been contaminated with a virus; it’s a whole new possible direction for bioterrorism. It is a case that the FBI terrorism unit has taken over from state police that involves several cities, including Philadelphia.

As CBS 3’s Tamsen Fadal reports, the unit is trying to determine whether or not a virus was actually placed over money to protect the interest of the Russian mob.

In an exclusive investigation, CBS 3 has obtained documents detailing a bizarre criminal plot involving a virus, suspected drug money, and the Russian mob in Northeast Philadelphia.

Earlier this month, Pennsylvania State Troopers intercepted $250,000 dollars during a routine traffic stop. The alleged drug money, which had been sealed in plastic, was being driven from Columbus, Ohio to Northeast Philadelphia.

According to law enforcement sources, after counting the seized cash, troopers began feeling ill and one trooper was even hospitalized with flu-like symptoms.

Sources tell CBS 3 that tests on the cash counter revealed the presence of a toxin derived from the bacteria staphylococcus.

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