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New York adds subtle layers to terror fight

High-tech methods, undercover patrols expand capabilities

People passed through the 72d Street subway station in New York City during the morning rush hour yesterday amid increased security levels.
People passed through the 72d Street subway station in New York City during the morning rush hour yesterday amid increased security levels. (Getty Images Photo / Mario Tama) Getty Images Photo / Mario Tama
By Tatsha Robertson
Globe Staff / July 9, 2005

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NEW YORK -- Shortly after the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, machine-gun- toting police officers frequently guarded heavily-trafficked areas such as Grand Central Station and Times Square. Even last summer, the heavily armed patrols were a reminder that the war on terrorism was not over. (Full article: 754 words)

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