TX Court temporarily backs Schoolgirl refusing to be RFID ‘chipped’
December 2, 2012 in Resistance
December 2, 2012. San Antonio. In one of the first battles in the nation over the process of ‘chipping’ children against their will by attaching or implanting an RFID chip to their bodies or ID cards, a Texas high school student stood up to the school, school board and even government officials, and won her right to not be chipped. While the temporary restraining order preserves the girl’s civil rights for now, it is a clear sign that the program to microchip all Americans is underway.