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Risk vs. Perception

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Submitted by Blackspeare (United States), Aug 28, 2006 at 13:51

Jackal...

You are confusing perception with risk. All the necessary security procedures were in place before 9-11-----they just weren't used and thus the reason for the pay-off to the victim's families-----to avoid a massive law suit that would have exposed the astounding negligence of the airlines, the FBI, the CIA, and two presidents and their staff. All security measures after 9-11 is strictly CYA!!!

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