posted on Oct, 15 2012 @ 09:15 AM
After reading the article the following can be stated:
Most US top secret bases, the ones that are not open to the general public, that are heavily secured, all have warnings around them. Like most
military bases of this kind, also have warnings that state the following:
Keep out. They also usually have one other warning posted: Violators can be prosecuted, and the one that should have been a dead give away that what
they were doing is extremely dangerous: Use of deadly force is authorized.
So there you have it, and the question is what is the real story here? That they broke the law, and got punished for it? That they decided to ignore
the warnings posted, did the reporters from the BBC not understand what was posted? Was the signs not clear enough for them to understand that they
should not cross the line and that they could have been shot? The reporters were foolish to try, even those who have in the past do not violate the
signs or the base perimeter, rather they find more creative ways to do such, without violating the law or putting their own life and liberty in
jeopardy. Perhaps the next time they decide to travel to another country, they will heed the warnings and stay safe.