February 2, 2006, - 12:21 pm
By Debbie Schlussel
More negative security implications from the Super Bowl. Not only are Immigration & Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials working full-time for NFL Properties and ignoring immigration and money-laundering in Michigan for the week, but maybe Customs & Border Protection (CBP) top brass is also. We like their inspectors/agents. It’s the leaders we question (remember Daphiney Caganap?).
This morning, we got this VERY DISTURBING e-mail from a concerned trucker regarding glaring absence of CBP customs border inspectors–until 300 feet into Detroit–at the Detroit, Michigan/Windsor, Canada border (part of which can be blamed on DHS authorities kowtowing to the Lebanese-American bridge owner and refusing to challenge the current logistics):
I cross the border into the States a few times a week in my truck. Usually at Port Huron.
I went across Windsor to Detroit yesterday and observed something. I can drive into Windsor over the bridge and get about 300 feet into America. There were no inspections, cops, border guards, radiation detectors, barricades and even toll collectors. I could have anything in my truck and nobody would ever know until I’m in Detroit when I get to the U.S. border guards. Before I reach them and any type of inspection is done, I looked on my map and realized I am only 3000 feet away from Ford field.
On the radio I kept hearing that the baseball All-Star game was used as a trial run for security. I wonder if someone else also used it as a trial run to check out security?
Concerned Conservative Canadian
Like we said, if you’re a terrorist money-launderer or illegal-alien smuggler, this is your week to get the job done, unfettered.
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