Protecting the Homeland from Fleshbot


Last Thursday, two men walked into a Maryland library, announced that viewing porn was forbidden, "challenged an internet user's choice of viewing material," and asked the man to step outside. The source of their authority? The Wash Post reports:

The men looked stern and wore baseball caps emblazoned with the words "Homeland Security."

The officers, who hailed from the security division of Montgomery County's very own Homeland Security Department, have been "reassigned."