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Q: Security, it's a figment of your imagination?

http://www.kansascity.com/news/local/article173844011.html

 

 

Terrorists are too much for the modern era of lazy security personnel,  it's like watching sheep slaughtered.

 

 

Sadly, this is only going to get worse.

 

This would have happen in most airport parking lots in the world.

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France has always failed  ....  my humble opinion...never created anything good in the countries or areas that they had control of . Britain outdid them every time. Vietnam?, Canada?  Haiti?   Algeria? Tunisia? Ivory Coast? Mauritania     Taiwan, Philippines   .. the list is HUGE  ....   the success today is ZERO  for a productive and viable fun loving place or country.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_French_possessions_and_colonies

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4892572/Two-American-tourists-suffer-acid-attack-Marseille.html

 

Why in the hell does anybody travel to France anymore, the country is a lost cause, it's over?

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yeah,,, sick, mean, twisted bitch.  Again, fair trial is a must.  If guilty, swift, public execution.

 

of course being France she will be put in a hotel for a few years.  Some nice meals, medical care, vocational training, and probably monetary compensation for being 'misunderstood'.  All at taxpayers expense of course.

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France has always failed  ....  my humble opinion...never created anything good in the countries or areas that they had control of . Britain outdid them every time. Vietnam?, Canada?  Haiti?   Algeria? Tunisia? Ivory Coast? Mauritania     Taiwan, Philippines   .. the list is HUGE  ....   the success today is ZERO  for a productive and viable fun loving place or country.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_French_possessions_and_colonies

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"Security" has always been imaginary. 

Really, what's to stop a determined neighbor from bashing down your door and murdering your family in their sleep? Or someone from slashing your throat on a crowded bomb? Or someone from detonating a chlorine bomb/releasing mustard gas in a public place?

 

Nothing. 

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Personal security basics. The person who controls the time, controls the event.  Personal security requires situational awareness as a start.  In this time of phone zombies demonstrating a classic victim profile, it's not surprising the prey drive is increasing. Criminals, opportunists, and miscreants tend to lead the security response curve. Security is generally compromised by convenience. To security related professionals, the weakest period is travel between more secure points. Don't want to be a victim? Ditch the phones and headsets as you travel. Live life in real time.

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So you guys would have seen the dead guy in the car? Was he sloshed over? Was the car facing in? How was the lighting? It was an airport, long term parking is very common, cars pay when leaving typically. Family needs to focus on this, he killed himself, not the parking lot people's fault. The investigators should have traced his steps and found the car, hell if it were my family member I would have traced his steps. 

Where did security fail when someone killed themselves in their car?

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This car park problem can be solved fairly easily by installing a car lisence plate scanner/s at the entrance/s of chargeable parking lots. 

 

I have seen it in action. All you really need is an antiquated PC along with the relevant hardware and software.  The PC sits inside the security booth at the parking entrance.

 

With cctv cameras installed at strategic locations the system even tells you approximately (in %) how much parking space is left, so the chap at the booth have a rough idea as to whether or not to let new cars
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He showed me how it worked and it made perfect sense. Very user-friendly too as the guy knew next to nothing about computers. 

 

With the data already taken it shouldn't be difficult to run a check or program the software to generate analytical reports on suspicious vehicles even if their charges are fully paid in advance.

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Proof you're all wrong

 

The wife searched the parking lot and didn't find his car and she knows his truck

 

https://www.yahoo.com/news/missing-man-decomposing-body-sat-001528269.html

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