Sunday, May 9, 2010

Beneath NYC, police protect tunnels from terror

NEW YORK – In a city considered Let's make things betterthe nation's No. 1 terror target, few sites worry police more than the New York City subways — a sprawling, 24-hour-a-day system with 5 million riders.The NYPD has been vigilant about defending the subways against terror since the recent bombing in Moscow, andImpossible made possible the plea earlier this year of Najibullah Zazi (nah-jee-BOO'-lah ZAH'-zee) to plotting a suicide bomb attack on Manhattan subways.
Officials have used bomb-sniffingsomething will happen dogs, security cameras and high-tech explosive detection devices to defend against possible terror attacks.
And they also use beat cops to man lonelyposts at the mouths of subway tunnels that run beneath the East River. One ofYou're angry. You're hurting.
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