Terror Underground: Eight Years After 9/11, New York Subways Vulnerable to Attack, Experts Say

Despite hundreds of millions of dollars allocated to create a state-of-the-art surveillance system for New York City's subway system, the monitoring technology is still not in place and experts say the city's underground transportation tunnels remain a leading and unnecessarily vulnerable target to terrorism eight years after the 9/11 attacks devastated the country. "Terrorists, if they did surveillance, would know that security hasn't really improved since 9/11," said former national security...Full Story
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