Bomb hoaxes on campuses expose America’s police state and the exploitation of terrorism
Wednesday, December 18, 2013
The spate of campuswide lockdowns has drawn attention to the practice, which security officials say they increasingly rely on.
“I don’t think there’s any greater level of danger, but our response to it is much different than it used to be,” Northeastern University criminology professor James Alan Fox said.
College police chiefs note that federal law requires them to promptly notify campuses of possible threats, sometimes before investigators have time to learn whether the threats are credible.
The Clery Act, originally passed in 1990, requires colleges and universities participating in federal financial aid programs to track and report crimes on and near campus. Penalties include up to $35,000 per violation and suspension of the school’s federal financial aid programs. (Exposed: it’s not about terrorism it’s about money, what a surprise)
The public & students are being conditioned to accept being forcibly locked into a building or residence under the guise of “Shelter-in-Place”. (The shelter-in-place is B/S and just another excuse to take away our rights)
The seeming surge of lockdowns over the last year may be amplified by social media.