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Re: Don't blame Intelligence or Security Agencies.....
From: "clarke" <nclarke () mindspring com>
Date: Thu, 13 Sep 2001 09:17:41 -0400
Sorry about that.
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From: Susan Harris <srh () merit edu>
To: clarke <nclarke () mindspring com>
Cc: <nanog-support () merit edu>
Sent: Thursday, September 13, 2001 9:02 AM
Subject: Re: Don't blame Intelligence or Security Agencies.....
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On Thu, 13 Sep 2001, clarke wrote:
Yes, security in airports is a serious problem. However this can happen
any level. The problem is the terrorist and their "kamikaze" mentality.
If a terrorist creates a makeshift bomb, attaches it to their bodies and
decides to walk into the nearest mall, what stops this individual from
Airport security is an issue, but it is not the answer to terrorism, by
means. What if these terrorist decided to take four vehicles filled with
explosives to the Holland Tunnel, Midtown Tunnel, GW Bridge and the
Williamsburg bridge? What would we do then? Blame bridge and tunnel
security? Once again, the problem is the terrorist.
The intelligence agencies in the United States are the best in the
Get your shit straight!
~ Clarke ~
- Re: Don't blame Intelligence or Security Agencies..... clarke (Sep 13)