posted on Jun, 25 2012 @ 02:47 PM
reply to post by haven123
I worked in security for over ten years. In my last role I provided security management for several corporations and large businesses in my city.
I could have told everyone how this would be going without needing to be in there and involved.
When you have an event of this scale, there are going to be a lot of holes in security. When you're talking about event management, even festivals
with 100,000 people cannot cope with the crowds. Searching is usually done on a one in five scenario at peak times. For every individual actually
searched another four get in without being checked. It's done this way as a kind of compromise, keeping people moving while the prospect of searches
"should" be enough to put off anyone trying to sneak anything in.
Of course, this method really only works on drug dealers and people trying to sneak drink in. When you're dealing with a global event like this you
cannot keep to those standard search protocols.
It should be different when you have en event like the Olympics. But it won't be, because there are corporations involved who will cut costs at every
The most important thing about this guys investigation is the "event management company" that seems to be so secretive.
When you consider the evidence we've seen of previous attacks, and the involvement of mysterious front companies, you have to treat this is a huge
alarm bell ringing out.
Why is there an unknown company, that no one has ever seemingly heard of, directly involved in security for the London Olympics? It makes absolutely
no sense and this alone should have people selling their tickets and making plans to leave the area during the games.
I am not one of those people who immediately assumes that something is going to happen, it takes something to get me concerned, but this strange and
seemingly "fake" company is enough.