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City sued over possible use of futuristic new heat scanners to detect guns as we walk down the street

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Source: NYdailynews

January 29, 2013

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  • White_shirt_max50


    over 1 year ago


    LonnaNJ. Ditto. AXE. lol

  • Photo_user_blank_big


    over 1 year ago


    Whether they are a good or bad idea seems to really be unimportant right now because I would mostly advise Mr. Corbett of his options. 1 he is a Florida resident, don't worry about what goes on in NYC because it doesn't effect you and 2 if the TSA bothers you, don't fly; there are other ways to get places. I would put more credibility in this complaiint if someone who at least has a dog in the fight were to be making the complaint not someone who's do good ways are trying to change the way others live.

  • Photo_user_blank_big


    over 1 year ago

    And of course let us never forget not to bring an illegally large drink in to the Big Apple.

  • 582602_3283682777720_334551836_n_max50


    over 1 year ago


    I think the NYC police are competent, and do an awesome job keeping Manhattan and the other Boroughs as safe as possible. I'm almost certain that if any LEO Retired or Active, has legitimate concerns or questions about his or her safety, they can call that nearest precinct and AXE.

  • Ericm60_max50


    over 1 year ago


    Having visited Newyork City A concern would be for a visiting officer or retiree getting scanned and suddenly having a gun screwed into their ear by the NYPD! The billionaire mayor of Newyork city seems to forget the Constitution since in the city the right to carry is almost non existent except for his body guards! Using Technology is not a way to get around good honest common sense police work!

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