View Full Version : 'Dirty Bombs' Crossed U.S. Borders in Test

03-27-2006, 06:25 PM
WASHINGTON - Undercover investigators slipped radioactive material enough to make two small "dirty bombs" across U.S. borders in Texas and Washington state in a test last year of security at American points of entry.

Radiation alarms at the unidentified sites detected the small amounts of cesium-137, a nuclear material used in industrial gauges. But U.S. customs agents permitted the investigators to enter the United States because they were tricked with counterfeit documents.

( :thumbsup: Good Job...F'ing Idots!!! I'll be able to sleep better at night knowing this!!!!)


he who rocks
03-27-2006, 06:30 PM
oh, i could totally get stuff past airport fuggin security, but i have no reason to, so yeah...hope the feds arent reading

03-27-2006, 07:09 PM
its really funny you bring this up. i was at the airport, and they pull me and my friend steph aside. they put us in a line, and they say we have to go through this machine that basically puffs air at you. it is supposed to check to radioactive material or other illegal substances. its a start i guess

i was happy to see someone thought i was a threathttp://weeklydavespeak.com/forums/images/smilies/lol.gifhttp://weeklydavespeak.com/forums/images/smilies/lol.gif

but that^^^^^^is just scary

03-27-2006, 07:16 PM
I just realized....the article tells you what the substance is?!?!?!?! HEY YA'LL, IF YOU WANNA MAKE A "DIRTY BOMB" GET YOURSELF SOME CESIUM-137!!!!! WTF

03-27-2006, 08:16 PM
It reminds me of when I went to cancun....yea, there are millions of tourists through there every year, but the "US Customs" center, what a joke....they checked an ID...big whooptie doo.....never went through bags or anything any differently than a normal security camera does for a domestic flight....I knew of 10-12 people on our flight that smuggled things back they shouldn't have....