More cameras needed says NY Senator. What happened to the ones they already have?

Israeli police head to US to aid in Boston Marathon bombing investigation

Published time: April 17, 2013 16:11

The head of the Israel Police, Major General Yohanan Danino (AFP Photo / Jack Guez)

The head of the Israel Police, Major General Yohanan Danino (AFP Photo / Jack Guez)
The investigation into Monday’s deadly bombing at the Boston Marathon has officially gone international: law enforcement officials from Israel have been sent to the United States to assist in the probe.
Israel Police Chief Yohanan Danino says he has dispatched officials to Boston, Massachusetts, where they will meet with Federal Bureau of Investigation agents and other authorities, the Times of Israel Reports.
Citing an earlier report published by the newspaper Maariv, Times of Israel writes that Danino has dispatched police officers to participate in discussions that “will center on the Boston Marathon bombings and deepening professional cooperation between the law enforcement agencies of both countries.”
The paper reports that Israeli law enforcement planned the trip before the deadly pair of bombings on Monday that has so far claimed three lives, but the discussions will now shift focus in order to see how help from abroad can expand the investigation.
In an address made Tuesday, Israel President Shimon Peres said that tragedies such as this week’s incident in Boston, sadly, bring people together from across the world.

TAP – especially when they’re all in on it from the beginning, as with 911 and the London bombing.
“When it comes to events like this, all of us are one family. We feel a part of the people who paid such a high price. God bless them,” Peres said. “Today the real problem is terror, and terror is not an extension of policy: Their policy is terror, their policy is to threaten. Terrorists divide people, they kill innocent people.”
Around 20 hours after two bombs detonated near the finish line of the annual race, United States President Barack Obama went on record to condemn the tragedy as a terrorist attack. 
“This was a heinous and cowardly act,” said Obama from the White House, “and given what we now know the FBI is investigating it as an act of terrorism.”
But even as officials come to assist from as far away as Israel, authorities are still in the dark as far as finding any leads in the case. Pres. Obama has directed the FBI and US Department of Homeland Security to assist in the investigation, but no agencies have identified suspects or motives at this time.
Pres. Obama has also said that his administration has been directed to implement “appropriate security measures to protect the American people,” but details as to what that could mean remain scarce. Meanwhile, at least one leading lawmaker is asking for the US to respond to the terrorist attack by increasing the scope of the ever-expanding surveillance program already growing across the United States.
“I do think we need more cameras,” Rep. Peter King (R-New York) told MSNBC after Monday’s attacks.“We have to stay ahead of the terrorists and I do know in New York, the Manhattan Security Initiative, which is based on cameras, the outstanding work that results from that.  So yes, I do favor more cameras.  They’re a great law enforcement device.  And again, it keeps us ahead of the terrorists, who are constantly trying to kill us.”
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg has also confirmed that he has dispatched law enforcement officers from the Big Apple to assist in the investigation by meeting with agents at a Boston fusion center, one of the DHS-funded data facilities that collects surveillance camera footage and other evidence in order to analyze events like Monday’s attack.

TAP – Events like last Monday’s attack?  Why not investigate last Monday’s attack?  (I think we know the answer)

“We are certainly engaged in the information flow with the FBI through our Joint Terrorism Task Force. We have two New York City police officers, police sergeants, who are in the Boston Regional Intelligence Center,” Bloomberg said on Tuesday. “They’re up there, they’ve been up there since last evening.”
But in a study conducted last year by the Senate’s bipartisan Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, lawmakers found that those fusion centers have been more or less unhelpful in assisting with terrorism probes.
The Department of Homeland Security’s work with state and local fusion centers, the subcommittee wrote, “has not produced useful intelligence to support federal counterterrorism efforts.” Instead, they added, so-called “intelligence” shared between facilities consisted of tidbits of shoddy quality that was often outdated and “sometimes endangering [to] citizen‘s civil liberties and Privacy Act protections.”
“More often than not,” the panel added, information collected and shared at DHS fusion centers was“unrelated to terrorism.”

TAPIt wouldn’t do to let people know who does the terror now would it.

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8 Responses to “More cameras needed says NY Senator. What happened to the ones they already have?”

  1. Anonymous says:

    No real surprise they’d send their own people in to extract the Mossad hit team that carried out the bombing.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Funny how Obama was in Israel just a couple of weeks or so prior to this Boston marathon attack (

    And a quote from the above article that caught my eye:

    ”He made a persuasive case that the U.S.-Israel alliance is, in his words, “eternal, it is forever.”

  3. Oh thank Gaawwd! I feel so much safer now the Israeli’s are involved!! They would never be involved in ANYTHING vaguely suspect! After all, there is no prior history, right? No Israeli dancers on 9/11, no Israeli security camera systems on 7/7 2005, no Israeli connections on 22/07 2011. And our glorious leader David Cameron says ‘You have a Prime Minister whose belief in Israel is indestructible’…Excuse me, but I feel safe! So should you little Britain!

  4. Anonymous says:

    What a load of third rate journalistic crap which reads more like the local rag than anything else.
    So Obama has labelled the bombing as a “terrorist attack”, and where may I ask did he get that information. Oh why of course it was exactly 17 weeks since that infamous day of December 14th at Sandy Hook. 17 * 7 = 119. Does that ring a bell anyone. Er, Mr Obama I don’t see your hand. Perhaps you can’t remember where you were on that day either.

  5. Anonymous says:

    And to complain about Israel is ‘anti-semitic’ and ‘racist’. Give me a break. What’s wrong is wrong… especially staged ‘terrorist’ attacks.

    Which patsy are they going to blame this ‘terrorist’ attack on next? Some MKUltra drugged up loner as per usual.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Urine therapy

    I kid you not…

    You will like this post…

  7. Anonymous says:

    Israel want’s to help… yeah right clean up their mess/evil!!.i had to have a bath! felt so unclean”reading this. As plain as the sun comes up. its a mossad job/op! with o’bombma” and with happy days on gun control=i think not! NEWS UPDATE 23.00PM GMT(senate blocks background checks)good timing,eh”” more of the same”! stoke the fear-crowd the sheep for slaughter! Good luck America…TAP’ i think you glance VT(veterans today),some times? and you read JIM Stone! Best news,i can get out of the US… I smell civil war?. and so do they!…not if -but when!


    kind of a paxman moment” =

    and to dust of an old classic tune”

    and now o bombma gets sent ricin?? Erm move along-

    They ‘TPTB/BANKS/ZIONIST=same/same, in the US are stepping up the dollops of psychopath steroids,! and some.

    As for the patsy bomber.. take you pick! a NRA,fan/prepper/vet,MKU drug kid?ect
    BUT not
    1. Arabs
    2. Iran
    3. North Korea.

    We live in interesting times’TAP interesting times.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Sorry but why are they coming here to do what. Link it to those poor pale.stinians

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