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Coming to a mall near you soon

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posted on Dec, 27 2010 @ 10:59 AM
I was just watching FOX and they were talking about the bombings overseas and were we doing enough to "protect" our citizens here. Throughout the chat they kept mentioning the need to protect stores and malls........they never said how this would be done but IMO you can expect Xray machines in your local walmart and malls soon.

dont you feel safer already

posted on Dec, 27 2010 @ 11:31 AM
reply to post by lastrebel

I think we all know there are two types of terrorists Our Government/s and those who stand up to them,

Arrest Dick Ed Cheney, Bush Snr/jnr and Blair/Brown and watch the rest come to heel, disgusting how this World has been completely hijacked by gangsters leeching of the blood of decent, honest folk,

Bring on 2012, Solar Storms, whatever so we can purge this dross away! we have nothing to lose anymore,


posted on Dec, 27 2010 @ 06:05 PM
The State is making sure that all citizens are safe from those pesky terrorists.. As Big Brother takes care of all citizens from cradle to grave.. The totalitarian states of amerika - thinking so that you dont have to think... Now be good citizens go buy more things you dont need and be sure to smile while your getting groped.. Big Brother knows best..

posted on Dec, 27 2010 @ 06:17 PM
Article on this: US to step up security at hotels and malls

The United States is stepping up security at "soft targets" like hotels and shopping malls, as well as trains and ports, as it counters the evolving Al-Qaeda threat, a top official said Sunday.
A year after a foiled plot to bomb a US-bound passenger plane, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano told CNN's "State of the Union" program that other places and modes of transportation must now be scrutinized.

"We look at so-called soft targets -- the hotels, shopping malls, for example -- all of which we have reached out to in the past year and have done a fair amount of training for their own employees," Napolitano said.

Since an attempted bombing on a packed Saturday night in Times Square in May, New York, for example, has installed hundreds of security cameras as part of a plan to triple the number of cameras to 3,000.

In September, the city activated some 500 new surveillance cameras at its three busiest subway stations -- Times Square, Penn Station and Grand Central.


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