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Surveillance system lacking at U.S.-Canada border

It was supposed to be a 24-hour border superhero, a sentry with eyes that never blinked, could see in the blackest night and could zoom in on objects miles away. Able to detect body heat even on a warm summer day. On constant watch for terrorists, drug runners and illegal immigrants trying to sneak from Canada into Michigan. But a year after officials expected the system to be up and running, a much-hailed high-tech network of surveillance cameras is still not installed along Michigan’s border with Canada and at other locations along the northern border. And now federal investigators want to know why – and whether millions of dollars in taxpayer money has been squandered. Full Story

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