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Surface-to-air missiles deployed around Washington, state troopers authorized to ride New York area commuter trains
cNN -- 12/24/03
-- "There is a continuous stream of reporting, literally from the last two years, that indicates [terrorists'] preference or desire to use aircraft as a means of attack," Ridge said on CNN's "American Morning."

California law enforcement pushing for authority to operate largest DNA database in the nation

Surveillance Drones:

Roboticized helicopter flies without GPS guidance 12/23/03

New Horizons for Combat UAVs
Air Force Magazine -- December 2003


Prepare to be scanned
The Economist -- December 2003

Cashless Society: Dispensing with cash
The Star -- " Starting a trend that looks certain to spread, a Cape wholesale company is refusing to accept cash as payment for goods, insisting instead on direct deposit into its bank account."

US to fingerprint all visitors

ABC Newsonline

All visitors to the United States will be photographed and have a fingerprint scan from early in the new year.

Pentagon to conduct terror drill


The Pentagon Tuesday morning is scheduled to conduct a so-called "continuity-of-government" exercise, scheduled as a direct result of the heightened terror threat level, U.S. officials said.

Jet will stage terror in its aisle

St. Petersburg Times

The jet, which was donated to the Sheriff's Office by a cargo transport company in Orlando, is the first training tool of its kind for law enforcement officers who aren't federal agents.

Cop Boasted online about beating suspects and issuing bogus tickets


Alongside pictures of motorcycle trick riders, naked women, photographs with comical captions and pictures of human oddities, he posts messages supposedly about his job and, in some instances, his own misconduct. Any one of the offenses he describes could cost him his job 3

Department of Homeland Security Announces $173.5 Million in Grants to States for All-Hazards Emergency and Terrorism Preparedness


The Department of Homeland Security's Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is pleased to announce the allocation of $173.5 million in grants to help state and local governments better prepare to respond to all hazards and enhance preparedness activities and emergency management.

UK Police call for remote button to stop cars

London Guardian

After speed cameras, road humps and mobile phone bans, there could be more bad news for Britain's motorists. Police are urging Ministers to give them the power to stop vehicles by remote control.

UK Parents told: shouting at youth football matches is child abuse

Sunday Herald

Parents of young footballers who shout criticism from the sidelines during matches will in future be guilty of child abuse, under new guidance from the sport's governing body.

Cigar Aficionado's Shocking Interview with General Tommy "Martial Law"Franks

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Gen. Franks Doubts Constitution Will Survive WMD Attack


Gen. Tommy Franks says that if the United States is hit with a weapon of mass destruction that inflicts large casualties, the Constitution will likely be discarded in favor of a military form of government.

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