Friday, June 17, 2005

Reports show anti-terror buys

From Omaha World-Herald (requires registration):

A review by The World-Herald shows that Nebraska counties stocked up on everything from night vision goggles, body bags and portable weather stations to heavy-duty cutting tools, radios, heat-sensing cameras and decontamination showers. The grants, state officials say, have made Nebraskans safer. Items purchased at taxpayer expense also include lariats, portable kennels, leads, halters and electric prods.


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