BREAKING: Homeland Security to release bacteria in Boston subway train stations
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The federal government Wednesday will begin releasing bacteria at Red Line MBTA stations in Cambridge and Somerville at set times to test sensors designed to detect biological agents that could be released in a terrorist attack.Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19656291
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority said in a press release Monday that the harmless bacteria is non-infectious and the tests will be performed when the stations are closed.
The tests will begin Wednesday and will be held periodically over the next year at the Harvard and Porter Square stations in Cambridge and the Davis Square station in Somerville.
[link to www.boston.com]
They assure the American people that they are only trying to protect them from "acts of terrorism", but who will protect the American people from them?
old news.. sorry
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