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By Robert N. Tracci
Congress must use its appropriations power to secure the border
Topic - Greg Comcowich
Seven foreigners were detained early Wednesday by Massachusetts authorities after being caught trespassing on a major reservoir that supplies drinking water to Boston, raising new terror fears in the grieving city, officials said.
The FBI and Massachusetts police are trying to figure out who "hijacked" Facebook photos of teenage girls from more than a dozen high schools in the state and posted them on a website police say features child pornography.
"Whenever there's any type of an incident at a critical infrastructure site, it's pretty routine that we get called. We're doing our due diligence," Special Agent Comcowich said. "This is not just something that we just stop investigating — this type of incident is something we're looking into to ensure everything, every step, is covered."
The Joint Terrorism Task Force was notified as soon as the men were detained, he said.