BREAKING NEWS – Washington, D.C. – At least 50 U.S. law enforcement agencies now have access to radar devices that enable them to effectively see into people’s homes and determine if anyone is inside. Although the FBI, U.S. Marshals Service and others have had the technology for more than two years, it only came to light during a federal appeals court hearing in Denver last month. During the case it emerged that officers had used the Range-R device before they entered a house to arrest a man wanted for violating his parole. The feds are now seeking the legal authority to have the option of using the footage of what they see before they enter the home, as evidence during a trial. Or, if it’s a residence where there is no criminal activity, but people are doing “strange” things in private, to be able to submit it to ABC’s “America’s Funniest Videos”.