It is necessary for the FBI to use drones in order to monitor people of interest in the United States. Although it can be a violation of civil rights, it is necessary violate people's rights in order to protect the country's national security. It is better to be safe than sorry.
Most criminals continue to commit crimes even after they been to jail. So they should be watched for the rest of their lives no matter what their crime for the safety of other people. And them selves even if they pay a certain amount of money. So this is my reasoning I hope you understand
The Federal Bureau of Investigation shouldn't use drones to monitor people within the United States. Doing so is a huge breach of our constitutional rights, and the American people should not accept such actions. Our government shouldn't track our actions on our own soil, especially when most people being watched by drones are innocent.
The FBI should not be using drones to monitor people in the U.S., in fact, they should not be using drones and they should also not be monitoring their own law-abiding citizens! If the FBI stoops to these techniques, the United States of America will become nothing more than a police state.
No, the FBI should not use drones to monitor people in the U.S. I think the FBI using drones to monitor U.S. citizens would be a major invasion of privacy. We do not live in a country that is dangerous enough to require the FBI to use drone to monitor us. Most crime can be handled by local police.
No, the FBI should not monitor U. S. citizens with drones. To do so would be a gross violation of citizens' right to privacy. In addition, it would only add to the growing distrust that citizens feel for the U. S. Federal Government. Thus, the FBI should not monitor U. S. citizens with drones.
What the NSA scandal has shown us is that some people abuse power. There were members of the NSA using their power to spy on their wives. If we allow the FBI to use drones, how long will it be until an FBI agent uses a drone to do a similar thing?