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  • Anon
    January 16, 2011 - 11:34

    When ever the public is protected from anything, they lose freedom as a result.

  • james
    January 16, 2011 - 09:11

    everybody running scard is what the goverment wants that way they can pretend to protect us and bring in laws that allow goverment to do what ever they want the day you give up your freedom for security the day will come when you have neither

  • objectionisticalable
    January 15, 2011 - 16:04

    Don't be whistling "Money for Nothing" neither or they'll be on ya for sure!!!!

  • Frank Blackwood
    January 15, 2011 - 12:38

    Society has changed tremendously over the years. Who can you trust, not even your next door neighbours? You cannot detect terrorism until you are really faced with it in the air, or after an explosion on the ground. It could be someone walking next to you...boom! The average person is not trained to dectect explosives wrapped around the waste of someone. Those being trained may have been using detectors and common sense, whereas others may need to be trained better in searching others. There are those who make nasty remarks about our security system. There is no system in the world that is perfect in detecting explosives. We have to have trust in our security and take precautions . Remember there are greedy people out there who do not value human life. They can walk away from a tragic scene smiling. That scene could be you or me someday, blown to bits! Please, use your common sense, not unrealistic, nasty, negative remarks.

  • Joey Smallwood's Conscience
    January 15, 2011 - 10:26

    Sorry Rosie Gillingham for referring to you as Sir :-)

  • Joey Smallwood's Conscience
    January 15, 2011 - 10:24

    Sir Gillingham, Sir Pike and the good people of the former Independent British Colony still under her majesty's' influence. Are such courtroom advancements foremost about security? Really. For those who perceive such I encourage you to read or re-read long time presidential adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski's book 'The Grand Chessboard' and one of Clinton's favorite global society molders, 'Tragedy & Hope' by his professor Carroll Quigley. Now if you really want to expand real global awareness, search and view this documentary: 'The Fall of The Republic' Make a difference NL. Be different on the global scene. Do not be controlled, rather serve self-lawlessly from a freedom stance.

  • Joey Smallwood's Conscience
    January 15, 2011 - 10:23

    Sir Gillingham, Sir Pike and the good people of the former Independent British Colony still under her majesty's' influence. Are such courtroom advancements foremost about security? Really. For those who perceive such I encourage you to read or re-read long time presidential adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski's book 'The Grand Chessboard' and one of Clinton's favorite global society molders, 'Tragedy & Hope' by his professor Carroll Quigley. Now if you really want to expand real global awareness, search and view this documentary: 'The Fall of The Republic' Make a difference NL. Be different on the global scene. Do not be controlled, rather serve self-lawlessly from a freedom stance.