DSC_0016 2Border Security Expo showcases high-tech wares

“The two day event features panel discussions, sharing intelligence, and exhibitors displaying high-tech wares aimed at securing lucrative government contracts and private sales.”

High-tech wares including drones, bulletproof vehicles, shock-proof clothing and mobile surveillance systems- no match for the people who move heroin into the US free of screening, scanning, pat downs, special IDs, inspection of personal items, etc.

DHS mindset:

Special ID cards make it virtually impossible for those who wish to do harm or violate U.S. laws to move heroin into the Puget Sound area.

Heroin traffickers are frequently successful at what they do. If terrorists were just as interested in entering the US- it appears that federal departments and agencies would have no way to stop them.

Heroin for profit-

If heroin was prevented from entering the US- law enforcement paydays like this one might not be possible:

Justice Department distributes more than $3.4 million to local law enforcement

From another source:

“A news conference is planned for Wednesday where the FBI, U.S. Attorney and U.S. Marshals will distribute $3.6 million to local police departments. The money was seized after busting one of Ohio’s largest heroin distribution rings.”

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Puget Sound Heroin

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