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who aimed a 50mw Green Laser at a law enforcement helicopter

Catégorie Economie , publié le 30 septembre 2015 à 10h12 par buylaserpointer
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A California man who aimed a 50mw Green Laser at a law enforcement helicopter has been sentenced by a federal judge to nearly two years in prison.

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Barry Lee Bowser , 52, received a 21-month sentence Tuesday. He had faced upwards of five years in prison and a $250,000 fine after a jury convicted him in July of aiming the beam of a laser pointer at an aircraft.

Prosecutors said the chopper was about 500 feet off the ground when it was suddenly illuminated by the laser beam.The pilot experienced flash blindness and eye discomfort that lasted for several hours and was forced to end his mission early.

During Bowser’s two-day trial earlier this year, prosecutors explained that they tracked the source of the light to property owned by Bowser around one-eighth of a mile away from where the pilot was momentarily blinded. When quizzed by authorities, Bowser admitted that he had “just placed new batteries in the laser and was testing its capabilities,” according to a FBI statement issued this year after a conviction was secured




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