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From US Department of Justice study for 2008-2009 we know that approximately 700 Americans are and will continue to be assaulted and sometimes murdered inside their homes by burglars daily.

Online PR News – 26-December-2011 – – “A home burglary happens every 8.5 seconds, 3.7 million a year average. 250,000 unsuspecting people returning to an empty house or apartment are surprise attacked and sometimes murdered every year” according to the United States Department of Justice. USDOJ 2008/2009 study

Mobile Photo Alarm™ 2.2 for android camera phones provides users with a direct connect home security camera system that is a 100% cellular covert surveillance. It detects intruders by built in motion sensor and sends pictures instantly and directly to the users’ personal cell phone when you are away from home to prevent accidental burglar encounter says mobile developer Carl Robinson.

When a person is home they are suppose to be safe and secure. When instead home is a trap for a cage fight with a deranged home invader the results is assault and sometimes murder. Being assaulted or murdered is what we now know will happen to 700 Americans inside their homes every day, numbers proven by the US Department of Justice study.”

The following is an excerpt from the confession of home burglar triple murderer Matthew Hoffman, in Mt. Vernon, Ohio, 2010: “I looked around the house to make sure no one was there. Even if I did not take anything, there was a certain amount of excitement in being in someone else's home without them being there. I was looking for anything of value that could be carried out easily, i.e. money, jewelry, etc. I did not find anything of any real value. I was getting ready to leave as I had been there approximately an hour, but someone pulled into the driveway. I was back in the bedrooms when she entered the house and was unable to exit without breaking a window and trying to jump out. I had brought my knife for a certain amount of intimidation in case I ran in to someone and needed to make an escape.

When she made her way back into the bedrooms I confronted her and made her get onto the bed lying face down. I believe that we were in her bedroom. I had a blackjack, I was going to try to knock her out. I hit her a couple of times in the head, but this would not knock her out. It was not doing the job, and I started panicking. The next thing that I knew her friend came into the bedroom. I have no idea when she got there, what she was doing there, and how she gained access. The other woman yelled at me, there were now two to deal with and I did not know what to do.

I grabbed the knife that I had put down on the nightstand and stabbed the woman on the bed, through her back, twice. I chased the other woman down (Stephanie) and stabbed her a couple times in the chest. Instead of running out of the house, she had run into another bedroom. I believe this bedroom was for a girl due to the contents of the room. I then went back to the other bedroom where the first woman was located and stabbed her a couple more times. I could tell that both women were now dead.”

About is a distribution channel focused on saving American lives through the use of mobile phone technology to impact and reduce the 700 home burglary assaults and murders that happen each day in America. Visitors to have access to a free download to an Android phone for use as a dedicated mobile photo alarm system for their homes, to prevent accidental confrontation with a burglar when a break in has occurred. There are 100 million homes in America that needs this technology to protect and save lives. Mobile Photo Alarm 2.2 was designed and developed by Carl Robinson to prevent home burglary assaults and murders.

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