Previously: "The machines have zero storage capability," and there is "no way to save, transmit, or print the image."
August 4: "[A]pproximately 35,314 images . . . have been stored" on just one machine at one federal courthouse in Florida, the U.S. Marshals Service admitted. Also, turns out the scanners can be operated from a "remote location," which would seem to involve some sort of image transmission.
No word yet on printing capability, if that makes you feel better.