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The 'Israelification' of Airports? 9 years 10 months ago #385746

Actually now its come out this was the TSA guards fault on the Newark debacle...
Updated 6:05 PM EST, Thu, Jan 7, 2010Newark Security Breach Video ReleasedHe was, apparently, very determined. But , fortunately, he didn't have terror on his mind.The surveillance video showing the man behind the security breach at Newark Airport last weekend has been released by New Jersey Sen. Frank Lautenberg.It shows a man in a tan jacket waiting at the exit-way where passengers from arriving planes leave the terminal.The man seems to wait impatiently -- then, when the security guard minding the exit walks away -- for over half-a-minute -- the man meets up with an exiting woman and goes back into the terminal. They seem to be smiling and happy, with no ulterior motives. Perhaps they wanted just one last goodbye kiss.But the security breach was certainly serious.“The release of this video will give law enforcement another tool to help find the person who breached the security gate at Newark Liberty Airport,” said Lautenberg. “I encourage this individual or anyone with knowledge of his identity to immediately contact law enforcement.Minute by minute, the video was broken down as follows: 1:01: TSA officer asks unidentified man to move away from secure area. 4:54: TSA officer leaves his post. 5:31: unidentified man enters secure area.The breach sent the airport into lockdown mode for more than six hours last Sunday, stranding thousands of passengers.“It is unacceptable that the Port Authority took so long to produce this tape, but now that it is public we have a better chance of getting to the bottom of this major security incident," said Lautenberg.The TSA called the video a "hard lesson.""The surveillance video from Newark Liberty Airport clearly shows that a TSA Officer's actions led to the Sunday incident. We will use this hard lesson to reinforce the sharp focus and tight discipline at all our stations across the country and ensure we maintain the public trust," an agency spokeswoman said in a statement.Officials ask that anyone with knowledge as to the identity of the man in the video contact Port Authority investigators at (800) 828-PAPD.
[youtube]Rx0ujg9Bh4Y[/youtube]You can see in the video the guard sitting at his post and then later getting up and walks away without notifying anyone... This further proves my point of the incompetence of the entire TSA from the heads all the way down to the staff...
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The 'Israelification' of Airports? 9 years 10 months ago #385749

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Token White Guy;385728 wrote:
Ah, sarcasm, one of BuckFush's many defense mechanisms when he can't argue with logic.
Yea, you say that until your family gets blown up by a muslim.....What's more logical than getting chipped? Here is our Mainstream media promoting implantable chips.... They even have a chip that can kill you in a second. This is great!
The basic model would consist of a tiny GPS transceiver placed in a capsule and inserted under a person's skin, so that authorities could track him easily.Model B would have an extra function — a dose of cyanide to remotely kill the wearer without muss or fuss if authorities deemed he'd become a public threat.The inventor said the chip could be used to track terrorists, criminals, fugitives, illegal immigrants, political dissidents, domestic servants and foreigners overstaying their visas.http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,520331,00.html
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The 'Israelification' of Airports? 9 years 10 months ago #385751

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I don't think RFID chips actually work that way though
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The 'Israelification' of Airports? 9 years 10 months ago #385752

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Nut_Man;385751 wrote:
I don't think RFID chips actually work that way though
What do you mean? What way?
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The 'Israelification' of Airports? 9 years 10 months ago #385754

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BuckFarack187;385752 wrote:
What do you mean? What way?
Because the chip has to be near a scanner to transmit information. It's like shipping stuff with UPS.
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Token White Guy;385754 wrote:
Because the chip has to be near a scanner to transmit information. It's like shipping stuff with UPS.
Ahhh... I see where your confusion lays.... You see we are in the year 2010.....
Model B would have an extra function — a dose of cyanide to remotely kill the wearer without muss or fuss if authorities deemed he'd become a public threat.
Again. We are in the future dude. Think of how fast technology moves. Look at the gaming systems in the 90's vs the XBOX 360. Think of where we are going to be 10 years from now.We actually already have "The chip"... It's called your "cellphone". Cellphone companies can do whatever they want to your phone remotely. The FBI and CIA even announced that they can track, hear, locate you anywhere on earth even if your cellphone is turned off.... As long as the battery is in your phone. That was on FOX NEWS.
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The 'Israelification' of Airports? 9 years 10 months ago #385756

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BuckFarack187;385755 wrote:
We actually already have "The chip"... It's called your "cellphone". Cellphone companies can do whatever they want to your phone remotely. The FBI and CIA even announced that they can track, hear, locate you anywhere on earth even if your cellphone is turned off.... As long as the battery is in your phone.
No shit Captain Obvious. Everyone knows this.
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The 'Israelification' of Airports? 9 years 10 months ago #385757

I have to ask, what do RFID chips have anything directly to do with the current situation with airport security?
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ssj100matt;385757 wrote:
I have to ask, what do RFID chips have anything to do with the current situation with airport security?
Everything. If we would all stop bitching and actually get chipped, like we are supposed to be doing, as good americans, flying wouldn't be a problem. I'm scared to fly now a days. What if some muslim guy puts a bomb in his turban or something. Fuck. I think the answer to airport security is, we all just have to make some sacrifices, stop being greedy and get chipped. Especially with the "model B' chips.
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The 'Israelification' of Airports? 9 years 10 months ago #385760

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Buck, you still fail at sarcasm. You are a sad, sad person.
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