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PostPosted: Mon Jan 24, 2011 11:25 pm    Post subject: Super Bowl * parades  Reply with quote

Super Bowl Security Information Stolen In Arlington
January 14, 2011  – Something is missing from the Super Bowl, and the Arlington Police Department is remaining tight lipped.  There was word Friday night a theft involving secure items regarding the Super Bowl had occurred recently in Arlington.

Arlington Police say security efforts for Super Bowl XLV, coming up on February 6, have not been compromised due to the theft.  The department says due to a pending investigation they could not elaborate other than to say they had recovered some of the stolen items.

Arlington Police would not confirm any additional details, saying by email “This is an ongoing, open investigation. We are not discussing any details at this point.”

In an emailed statement, the NFL said “The Arlington Police have done an outstanding job so that no security or credential information for the Super Bowl has been compromised.”

The items stolen included security credential information that was not for the game itself.  An NFL spokesman says the information stolen was only artwork, and no actual credential or personal information.

The NFL says they have taken steps to ensure the security of Super Bowl XLV credentials, which have yet to be printed.

Crews are working around the clock at the stadium to get it ready for the game.  The Arlington Police Department has been working with Dallas and Fort Worth Police, along with numerous other departments and federal law enforcement agencies, for months to ensure a safe game and surrounding events.  Agencies who had learned of the thefts say there was not a great sense of urgency due to the thefts.
http://dfw.cbslocal.com/2011/01/1...y-information-stolen-in-arlington


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Military-style gadgets on standby for Super Bowl security
January 22, 2011
-  If you want to stage the biggest game, be ready to fight a small war.  A parking lot near Cowboys Stadium in Arlington bristled with military-style hardware and gadgets Friday afternoon as more than a dozen agencies showed their readiness to provide Super Bowl XLV security at several sites across North Texas.  

The FBI brought a mine-resistant armored personnel carrier that was developed for the war in Iraq. The bureau will have four of the carriers on standby.  FBI Special Agent in Charge Robert Casey said hundreds of extra agents are arriving from across the nation.  

"The event could present a vulnerability for terrorist attack," he said. "That's our principal responsibility."  

About 50 additional FBI SWAT team members with Super Bowl experience will join local SWAT officers. Agent Matt Segedy explained some of the unit's tools, including a roving robot camera called a "throwbot" because it's so small it can be tossed through a window. Sniper rifles and scopes were also on display.  

"We've done specific training for the Super Bowl in the stadium with Arlington SWAT," Segedy said. "We've done rappelling; we've prepared for barricaded persons, room clearing."  

Nearby, a black lab named "Charlie" fetched a tennis ball bounced by his ATF handler. Charlie is a veteran that has served in Iraq and Afghanistan, but he'll put his bomb-sniffing skills to work around the stadium and at other venues.

The ATF is bringing in 25 dog teams. Agents say the dogs can detect up to 19,000 explosive compounds.  Agents with the U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) will also help provide security and gather intelligence.

Arlington police might even break out their newest surveillance gadgets, including two small remote controlled helicopters. One is designed for outdoor use, but the other is so tiny and light that it could be maneuvered inside the stadium if necessary.  

The hope is that none of the high-tech hardware on display will be needed. Casey described security for the event as "a very hard shell."
http://www.kvue.com/home/Military...ndby-for-Super-Bowl-security.html
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Tuesday, January 25, 2011
Homeland Security Grants Will Put Unmanned Surveillance Helicopters Over Super Bowl

Editor's Note: In 2007 it was revealed that unmanned drones were slated to watch over America, but it has remained somewhat secretive; confined mainly to border control.  Now, the full rollout appears to be at hand as one of the world's most watched events will have drone helicopters circling Arlington stadium, as well as "bomb robots" on the ground.  This is whole new level of militarization that goes beyond the mere presence of soldiers at major events to acclimate the public to a total police state.  

Ken Kalthoff -- NBC - DFW

Two years of planning have produced a comprehensive plan for North Texas Super Bowl security, officials said Friday.

The plan is intended to safeguard locations around the region when an estimated 200,000 visitors join local residents at hundreds of events during the week of the February 6th Super Bowl.

Officials with a dozen federal, state and local law enforcement agencies demonstrated parts of the plan Friday in an Arlington parking lot near Cowboys Stadium where the game will be played.

"Not one agency, not one city could do this alone, and so it takes an incredible amount of coordination, preparation and planning," Assistant Arlington Police Chief James Hawthorne said.

Included in the demonstration was everything from high tech to horses.

Arlington Police have acquired some new equipment with homeland security grants including unmanned helicopters to watch over the stadium site.

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NFL Laptops Stolen at Dallas Convention Center
Jan 26, 2011
-  Two laptops and an iPad that may have secure Super Bowl information were stolen at the Dallas Convention Center this weekend.

The items belong to a private investigator and security consultant based in California. Sources say the company was hired to do work for the NFL in some capacity during the Super Bowl.

According to a Dallas police report, thieves stole the laptops and iPad Sunday afternoon at a Starbucks kiosk inside the convention center.

The convention center is hosting the NFL Experience, an interactive theme park with games, displays, autograph sessions and a memorabilia show. The event opens Thursday.  The stolen laptops were discussed Tuesday during a meeting of high-level Dallas police commanders.

Just two weeks ago, an NFL laptop was stolen from a car parked outside a Joe's Crab Shack in Arlington.  Arlington police arrested three people were arrested in that case, but laptop was never recovered.
http://www.nbcdfw.com/news/local-...-Convention-Center-114622524.html


Vermont National Guard sending 16 to help at Super Bowl
January 26, 2011  — The Vermont National Guard is sending 16 members of a team trained to respond to attacks with weapons of mass destruction to help provide security at the Super Bowl in Texas.

Team commander Lt. Col. Malcolm Snell says the members of the 15th Civil Support Team will be one of several such teams at the Super Bowl that have been trained to respond to incidents involving radiation, biological agents and chemicals. They can also help respond to natural disasters.

Snell says his team will help provide surveillance of the entire facility.
On Sunday Feb. 6, the Green Bay Packers will play the Pittsburgh Steelers at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas.  Most of the Vermont Guard team will be leaving on Thursday. Others will be leaving over the weekend.
http://www.burlingtonfreepress.co...-sending-16-to-help-at-Super-Bowl
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Only Trash Found Inside Manhole Near Stadium
Jan 28, 2011 -  The 900 block of Randol Mill Road in front of Cowboys Stadium was closed for an hour or so Friday due to an unattended package call.  Officials from the Arlington Bomb Squad and HAZMAT teams arrived to investigate the device, but Arlington police said they found only trash and normal debris in the storm drain.

"There is no device ... other than routine trash that you'd get off the street, that's it," said Jim Self, Assistant Chief with the Arlington Fire Department.  "We've been practicing this kind of response for several years now. It went very smoothly.  This is a standard response and something we would have done anywhere in the city of Arlington."

The device, or what was thought to be a device, was reported to police by on-site security who said they saw someone dispose of something in the storm drain.  Police said they want to continue to encourage citizens to report things that they believe are suspicious.

The stadium and surrounding area were not evacuated during the investigation. Cowboys Stadium is the site of Super Bowl XLV on Feb. 6.
http://www.nbcdfw.com/news/sports...ar-Cowboys-Stadium-114796074.html


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I sure hope nothing happens come this Sun evening b/c I live in the NT area. However, for a MERE game, they're sure putting way too much security for everyone's tastes.

And this isn't the first "terrorist threat" I've heard in recent weeks as well.

http://www.vancouversun.com/news/...g+nuclear+bomb/4205104/story.html

'Al-Qaida on brink of using nuclear bomb'
By Heidi Blake and Christopher Hope, The Daily Telegraph February 1, 2011 6:00

Al-Qaida is on the verge of producing radioactive weapons after sourcing nuclear material and recruiting rogue scientists to build "dirty" bombs, according to leaked diplomatic documents.

A leading atomic regulator has privately warned that the world stands on the brink of a "nuclear 9/11".

Security briefings suggest that jihadi groups are also close to producing "workable and efficient" biological and chemical weapons that could kill thousands if unleashed in attacks on the West.

Thousands of classified American cables obtained by the WikiLeaks website and passed to The Daily Telegraph detail the international struggle to stop the spread of weapons-grade nuclear, chemical and biological material around the globe.

At a Nato meeting in January 2009, security chiefs briefed member states that al-Qaida was plotting a program of "dirty radioactive IEDs", makeshift nuclear roadside bombs that could be used against British troops in Afghanistan.

As well as causing a large explosion, a "dirty bomb" attack would contaminate the area for many years.

The briefings also state that al-Qaida documents found in Afghanistan in 2007 revealed that "greater advances" had been made in bioterrorism than was previously realized. An Indian national security adviser told American security personnel in June 2008 that terrorists had made a "manifest attempt to get fissile material" and "have the technical competence to manufacture an explosive device beyond a mere dirty bomb".

Alerts about the smuggling of nuclear material, sent to Washington from foreign U.S. embassies, document how criminal and terrorist gangs were trafficking large amounts of highly radioactive material across Europe, Africa and the Middle East.

The alerts explain how customs guards at remote border crossings used radiation alarms to identify and seize cargoes of uranium and plutonium.

Freight trains were found to be carrying weapons-grade nuclear material across the Kazakhstan-Russia border, highly enriched uranium was transported across Uganda by bus, and a "small time hustler" in Lisbon offered to sell radioactive plates stolen from Chernobyl.

In one incident in September 2009, two employees at the Rossing Uranium Mine in Namibia smuggled almost half a ton of uranium concentrate powder - yellowcake - out of the compound in plastic bags.

"Acute safety and security concerns" were even raised in 2008 about the uranium and plutonium laboratory of International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the nuclear safety watchdog.

Tomihiro Taniguchi, the deputy director general of the IAEA, has privately warned America that the world faces the threat of a "nuclear 9/11" if stores of uranium and plutonium were not secured against terrorists.

But diplomats visiting the IAEA's Austrian headquarters in April 2008 said that there was "no way to provide perimeter security" to its own laboratory because it has windows that leave it vulnerable to break-ins.

Senior British defence officials have raised "deep concerns" that a rogue scientist in the Pakistani nuclear program "could gradually smuggle enough material out to make a weapon", according to a document detailing official talks in London in February 2009.

Agricultural stores of deadly biological pathogens in Pakistan are also vulnerable to "extremists" who could use supplies of anthrax, foot and mouth disease and avian flu to develop lethal biological weapons.

Anthrax and other biological agents including smallpox, and avian flu could be sprayed from a shop-bought aerosol can in a crowded area, leaked security briefings warn.

The security of the world's only two declared smallpox stores in Atlanta, America, and Novosibirsk, Russia, has repeatedly been called into doubt by "a growing chorus of voices" at meetings of the World Health Assembly documented in the leaked cables.

The alarming disclosures come after Barack Obama, the U.S. president, last year declared nuclear terrorism "the single biggest threat" to international security with the potential to cause "extraordinary loss of life".
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Routine items not allowed at Cowboys Stadium
February 5, 2011
-  Everyone gets a grope down and radiation blast at this year's Super Bowl.  And you might want to leave the baby at home since there is a no-stroller policy in effect.  Enjoy the game.

As part of the increased security surrounding the Super Bowl, NFL and federal authorities are limiting what fans can bring to Cowboys Stadium.

Everyone entering the stadium must pass through a magnatometer, such as those used at airports, and get a patdown as part of the screening process. The majority of fans will enter through checkpoints on the east side of Cowboys Stadium.

Small bags are allowed, but will be searched, and jackets will be X-rayed.

Not allowed
Items fans can't bring into Cowboys Stadium:
Weapons, mace/pepper spray, fireworks
Camcorders, tripods, camera cases and binocular cases
Umbrellas, strollers
Grills, tents, poles, sticks
Banners, noisemakers, horns, beach balls, Frisbees, laser lights and pointers
Containers of any type, coolers of any size, backpacks
Bottles, cans, hairspray

Allowed
Items fans can bring into Cowboys Stadium:
Small cameras and binoculars, but not camera cases and binocular cases
Small bags
Items purchased in Fan Plaza on Game Day
http://www.activistpost.com/2011/...items-not-allowed-at-cowboys.html


Military To Work Super Bowl In Dallas
2-06-2011 -  Such in-your-face control is instrumental to the effort by the government to get us to accept ever increasing intrusive behavior by brutish police goons and other authorities. It is part of an ongoing effort to convince you that the dictates of the state and its phony war on manufactured terrorism negate your private space and personal liberty.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1VnsepQGIKY&feature=player_embedded
http://blacklistednews.com/Police...l-In-Dallas-/12583/0/8/8/Y/M.html


Well, nothing happened, Praise the Lord! HOWEVER...
I turned it on at 8pm thinking the game was in the 4th qtr and would conclude soon. NOT so - it just DRAGGED ON until after 9pm, ALMOST A FOUR HOUR GAME!

Pt being that with this new digital tv for 2 years, alot of demonic spirits were really at work. The LONGER these games, the MORE OPPORTUNITIES for Satan and his minions to work their stuff with this draconian digital tv stuff.

Also, the tv ads were absolutely horrifying advertising alot of lust-of-the-eyes-and-flesh sex. If you saw them, you would be shocked.
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Fox Rejects 'Jesus Hates Obama' Super Bowl Ad
January 21, 2011
 There is a line Fox won't cross, and a proposed Super Bowl ad from jesushatesobama.com crosses that line.
Fox has rejected the ad, the Huffington Post reports. The 30-second ad -- set to the tune of the Civil-War era "Battle Hymn of the Republic" -- shows bobble-headed versions of Obama and Jesus, with a scornful look on Jesus' face.

The camera zooms in on Jesus, and just like that, Obama falls into a fishbowl waiting below. Jesus, suddenly sporting a "Jesus Hates Obama" T-Shirt, looks pleased.

The website admits that the company doesn't really believe Jesus hates Obama. "However, we do believe in freedom ... as in the freedom to make fun of the Obama administration with novelty T-shirts," the website reads. "Our products may be a joke but so are the policies of this administration."
http://tpmlivewire.talkingpointsm...sus-hates-obama-super-bowl-ad.php
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Super Bowl Commercials: Bad For Your Health?
Posted: 02/ 6/11 11:47 AM

More than 100 million people are expected to tune in to Super Bowl XLV this weekend, but only some of them are football fans.

Thanks to pregame hype and Hollywood-quality production values, Super Bowl commercials have become the main attraction for many viewers. But are these blockbuster ads bad for our waistlines?

Food and beverage companies are expected to account for roughly one-third of the ads that will air during Sunday's game, according to Advertising Age. (Car companies will take up another one-third or so, with the remainder split among websites, film studios, and retail chains.) Viewers and partygoers -- including millions of children -- can expect to see ads from Doritos, Coca-Cola, Pepsi, Snickers, and Budweiser.

In other words, a high proportion of ads are pitching soda, snacks, and other junk foods loaded with calories, sugar, sodium, and fat.

"Studies show [that] if you see an ad for a product and try it for the first time, you like it more than if you didn't see the ad," says Jennifer Harris, Ph.D., the director of marketing initiatives at Yale University's Rudd Center for Food Policy & Obesity, in New Haven. "It really is shaping our preferences as well as triggering us to eat more."

Yes, Advertising Works

Humor, suspense, and sexy people digging into supersize bags of Doritos have become a staple of Super Bowl commercials. It's the oldest trick in the book: Make a product or brand attractive and appealing by surrounding it with attractive and appealing stuff.

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