Indy Super Bowl: National Security State Protects Sports Fans from Prostitutes

Posted: January 30, 2012 in NEWS, POLICE STATE
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Kurt Nimmo

In Indianapolis, local cops and the FBI have set-up a massive surveillance grid ahead of the Super Bowl, slated for February 5th. The heightened security – including a smartphone photo and video surveillance network, the installation of 150 new manhole covers, and the virtual lockdown of a 44-block area – is not in response to a possible attack by al-Qaeda, but will be used to detect “signs of pickpocketing, prostitution or other trouble.”

During past Super Bowls, the threat posed by prostitutes and pickpockets was so great the state was obliged to respond with militarized police.

According to the Department of Homeland Security, the Super Bowl rates as a “national security event” (or NSSE) that may be a target for potential terrorism and “other criminal activity,” possibly of the sort mentioned above.



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