Google Pressure Cookers and Backpacks, Get a Visit from the Feds

If you are searching for Presser Cookers in Google, then make sure you are ready to hear a knock at the door by the Government.

Michele Catalano, a former music contributor at Forbes, was looking for information online about pressure cookers. Her husband, in the same time frame, was Googling backpacks. Wednesday morning, six men from a joint terrorism task force showed up at her Long Island home to see if they were terrorists. Which prompts the question: How’d the government know what they were Google?

It now clearly seems that Google knows what we are searching on their search engine. The Government is spying on every civilian. But is it really possible?

On Catalano case, police says there was other factors that led them to visit his house and search. 99 out 100 search in a week turns out to be nothing, says police. There is no news about that 1 percent.

The husband and wife were bombarded with questions like where they were from, whether or not they own a presser cooker. The couple had a rice cooker. They were again asked of they could make a bomb out of a rice cooker.

Back in April, at the the Boston Marathon event two pressure cooker bombs killed 3 people and injured more than 200 people.