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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Planning for the last attack doesn't make Americans safer
Topic - Smiths Group
Smiths Group is a global engineering company headquartered in London, United Kingdom. It has five divisions. Smiths Detection is the world's largest manufacturer of sensors for the detection of explosives, weapons, chemical agents, biohazards, narcotics and contraband. John Crane is a major manufacturer of seals and associated products for the process industries. Smiths Medical is a major supplier of medical devices and equipment. Smiths Interconnect is a major manufacturer of electronic and radio frequency products. Flex-Tek is a major supplier of components to heat and move fluids and gases. Smiths Group has operation in over 50 countries and around 22,000 staff. - Source: Wikipedia
The security theater once exclusive to America's airports is now playing at a local Metro station. Washington's Metro Transit Police Department (MTPD) on Thursday announced new search policies developed in conjunction with the Transportation Security Administration (TSA). "It is important to know that implementation of random bag inspection is not a reaction to any specific threats toward the Metro system," MTPD Chief Michael A. Taborn said in his announcement.