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New York police investigating a failed Times Square bombing are seeking a white man in his 40s captured on a security video looking "in a furtive manner" over his shoulder in the direction of an SUV rigged to explode that was left abandoned in one of the America's busiest neighborhoods.
The nation's top homeland security official labeled it a "potential terrorist attack." Authorities had yet to settle on who they believed was behind the plot or the motive.
The bomb—rigged from propane cannisters, gasoline cans and powerful firecrackers—could have had fatal consequences to near
Originally posted by ararisq
reply to post by ironfalcon
So what security measures are we missing that "someone was able to drive right up to Times Square and jump out and not get caught"? Do we need checkpoints, bomb sniffers at intersections? I'm just curious what freedom we are about to lose in the name of safety.