Behaviour detection, adapted from that alleged superior Israeli security.
Has proven itself to be a miserable failure?
Or, has shown that the war on terror and terrorism are myths created by governments bent on terrifying and controlling their populace?
A team of more than 3,000 "behaviour detection" officers hired to spot terrorists at US airports have failed to catch a single person despite costing the taxpayer $200 million
The specially-trained officers patrol terminals monitoring passengers for suspicious body language and facial expressions.
Since 2006, the officers have been stationed at more than 160 airports across the US in order to provide a hidden measure of security.
But 16 people accused of being part of terrorist plots have passed through US airports undetected a total of 23 times ( accused means just that accused. Someone makes a claim. As Guantanamo detainees have demonstrated accused means innocent)
Keep in mind-
However, a 2008 report by a team at the National Academy of Sciences said "behavioural surveillance" had "enormous potential for violating privacy" and there was no evidence it worked.
Even further to that point-
Stephen Fienberg, a professor at Carnegie Mellon University, described the programme as a "sham". By 2008, around 160,000 people had been selected to be interviewed or given further pat downs based on the behaviour detection technique but less than one per cent of those were arrested. (and you can bet, the arrest were not for 'terrorism')
Charles Slepian, and aviation security analyst, said the failure of the programme to catch a terrorist was a "disgrace." "If it worked, you would catch them."
Perhaps? If there were actual terrorists to catch?