New York Stock Exchange Security Zone Eyeball

New York Stock Exchange Security Zone Eyeball
18 August 2007

Seven security barriers create a security zone for the New York Stock Exchange. In addition to the barriers and full-time police there are dozens of surveillance cameras. As with most security around the globe, these measures appear to be as much for show as for protection. Greeders with their global telecom network who exploit the Stock Exchange’s prowess at fleecing gullible investors are hidden in palatial penthouse and country estate bunkers far away from the touristically inviting bulleye. Telling the truth: except for the 20 feet gated on the tourist sides of the Exchange, the security zone is a squalid and filthy dump.

Photos by Cryptome 17 August 2007.

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