Scanners at Your Local Courthouse: Colorado Scans Stored

If you need to enter the Douglas County Castle Rock, Colorado courthouse you will go through a radiowave full body scanner before you do so. The scanner supposedly pixelates the face and genital area.

Douglas County Courthouse, in Castle Rock, Colorado

Two additional counties in Colorado also use the same scanners.

A guard in a separate room monitors the gray images with pixelated faces and genital areas, and the images aren’t stored on a computer. officials said. All visitors to the Douglas County Courthouse in Castle Rock, Colo., undergo full-body scans, while guards at the El Paso County Judicial Center in Colorado Springs use the scanners during peak hours.

Note the above says the images are not “stored on a computer.” HOWEVER, deeper into the article it says:

The images of the full-body scans were saved on a computer hard drive, but weren’t accessible without an administrative password and weren’t reviewed by the marshals, according to the agency.

There is no excuse for not not deleting the information the second the person is cleared. Just no excuse. We do not have to fly, but we do have to visit our courthouse. Everything we own has to be documented there. We simply cannot trust anyone in our government.

  • We will see more stories like this, I’m sure, especially now that they will be expanding nudie scanners and gate rapes to travelers using buses, trains and boats too, oh and they are already using the imaging on us in our cars too.

  • Anything accessible via a password is hackable. The first rule of computer science.