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Another Hack? Border Control Computers Crash at Major Airports Across the US, Knocking DHS Terror Watchlist Offline

Thursday, October 15, 2015 14:45
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Amid everything else going on right now, all of a sudden the Customs and Border Protection computers went out at multiple major airports across the U.S., specifically impacting Homeland Security’s terror watchlist.

Airports affected include Atlanta International (the world’s busiest), JFK in New York City, LAX, Boston’s Logan International, Dallas/Forth Worth International, and airports in Baltimore, Charlotte, and Seattle.

Take out a map. Airports circling the country on all sides were without benefit of the terror watchlist.

Immigration checkpoints at these airports came to a standstill as international passengers were screened using “alternate methods”…which really just goes to show how much a lot of this security really is theater.

The cause of the problem is unknown, but authorities are reassuring everyone that this is just another glitch.

Sure seems like we’ve had a lot of these “glitches” lately, haven’t we?

It’s back up and running now, but the system was out for 90 minutes… just long enough to let a few bad players in for a false flag?

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