posted on Feb, 11 2011 @ 10:06 AM
reply to post by Klassified
No mate, no...not this time.
There is absolutely *NO* ambiguity on this one.
The reporter specifically asks 'Has a dirty bomb been found'?
The port guy says 'No, not at this location'
'But you have found one' says the reporter
'YES' says the port guy.
But of course, DHS has gone into damage limitation mode and denied it.
As an aside...notice the nuke detectors that the freight lorries have to pass through, before they are allowed out of port?
Am i the only one to think they are going to be useless if the actual port is a target?
IOW, if the port is the target, as the port guy says he thinks it would certainly be a target...why would the bad guys wait till they get to the
detector before detonation?
I mean, if i wanted to attack the port with a dirty, radiological bomb,,,i''d simply detonate inside the port rendering it and as much as several
miles around it, useless and unusable for a couple of hundred years!
What good is the scanner, after the device has entered the port?!!
Wouldn't it be a better option to have a facility offshore that has these scanners, then after passing through, the ships can dock?