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Wednesday, August 22, 2018

Los Angeles Will Be the First City to Use Body Scanners on Subways. Which Could Be Next?

Several cities and transit agencies have been working with the TSA to test the security devices.

Los Angeles will be the first U.S. city to deploy body scanners, similar to those used by airport security, in its sprawling transit system.

The city last fall partnered with the federal Transportation Security Administration (TSA) to test a portable body scanner at one of its busiest light rail stops, the 7th Street Metro Center Station. On Tuesday, Los Angeles announced that it is making the scanners a permanent part of its transit security.

Because they are portable, the scanners will be moved around from location to location. Passengers should not expect to see the devices at every station or every day. Los Angeles Metro said the scanners would “augment” its existing security measures.



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Scanning, scanning (<Your brain?)* Ah, yes,! I see you have !!Heard!* my Words! I have ^Said this for Years.,! The New World Order is upon us my Listeners! Here me now! The **stooges like Obama (Kenyan?) And the Propoganda mouth pieces (*<Pravda!@) convince the gimmedats to sell their lives for pennies !Well Fair^*! Use your Own MInd's eye S to know and Make sure !

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Future Transit, but not grocery/department stores or theaters;
Professional sports stadiums, but not all college/high school stadiums;
Airports, yet no mass transit (coming soon).

Amazing the money spent the last 17 years on preventative measures, yet a man can sit in a high rise Vegas hotel, kill over 50, injure more with high powered weapons in a matter of minutes.

Love my country but still wonder sometimes the directions we take or are lead.

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