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    Posted August 29, 2015 by
    MichaelVadon

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    The Port Authority Police are placing everyone in NYC in great danger!

     

    I was at Newark Airport today and it seemed as if the Port Authority Police were focused completely on Uber drivers. I saw at least three Uber drivers ticketed. When I questioned the officers, the officers told me they were on "Uber Patrol". I asked them what about the security of the airport and they shrugged their shoulders and laughed.

     

    It is obvious the Port Authority Police did not learn their lesson during September 11th. The cold hard lesson is the security of our infrastructure should come first and foremost.  Terrorists can and have attacked our infrastructure gaining control over airplanes to attack New York City and Washington DC.  Targeting a ridesharing service takes away from the security initiative and Im not exactly sure why its being targeted in the first place. Most probably there is some type of campaign contributions from the taxi association and other bribes being exchanged under the table with the politicians. Whatever the case, the security of the airport is not being tended to.

     

    Therefore, I must report that New York City is in great danger. The Port Authority Police are not doing their job of securing the airport. I must insist that you do not fly out of Newark airport until the Port Authority Police have re-assessed their priorities. You are in great danger!

     

    The Port Authority Police director should take a moment to look at the picture of this patch I have posted.  37 lives of his own people died in those towers.  Isnt security of the airport important to him?

     

    Something else that alarmed me was the pullover of 4 Black males in a late-model Audi.  It did not seem apparent as to why they were being pulled over.  It seems like some things havent changed at the Port Authority police.  I fear for the safety of the city.

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