posted on Aug, 12 2012 @ 10:50 PM
A stranded jet-skier seeking help effortlessly overcame the Port Authority’s $100 million, supposedly state-of-the-art security system at JFK
Airport — walking undetected across two runways and into a terminal,
Yep, the guy got standed when his jet-ski conked out, so he swam to shore and walked across the airport to a terminal - Past supposed motion
detectors, closed circuit cameras and alarms!
And so many people think this is money well invested. That we are "safer" now that these state of the art security systems are in place.
The entire perimeter of New York’s JFK Airport is about 11 miles. This includes the entire facility including parking lots, private hangers and
all facilities. Could a private company put an effective security perimeter around JFK for $100 million? That would be $1,722 a foot or $143 an inch.
That doesn’t include any costs of monitoring it after it is built. It is just the physical security perimeter. I’d say that any company that
charged that much would be padding the bill pretty heavily, wouldn’t you?
The Port Authority of New York at the Kennedy Airport put $100 million state-of-the-art security system. It took three years longer than scheduled
and seems to have some flaws.
$100 million, three years longer than planned - and it still doesn't work? Not really shocking, I guess. Kind of makes you think they're not really
all that interested in protecting us from terrorists.......hmmmmmm.
Of course, the guy got arrested and he'll be treated like a regular criminal - maybe even a domestic terrorist - all because THEIR security system
edit on 12-8-2012 by Maluhia because: (no reason given)