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Security towers go up near Canada

author Published by Chris Chmielenski

The U.S. Border Patrol is erecting 16 more video surveillance towers in Michigan and New York to help secure parts of the U.S.-Canadian border, relying on technology to assist agents stationed along the 4,000-mile northern stretch.

The government awarded the $20 million project to Boeing Co., the same company responsible for the so-called “virtual fence” along the U.S.-Mexican border that has come under criticism for faulty technology. Eileen Sullivan — Associated Press

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