Ship cargo security falls short


"We're sitting here in. . .a bull's-eye."

By Joe Malinconico
Newhouse News Service, New Orleans Times-Picayune


A crane loads a cargo container onto a ship at the Port of Miami in this file photo from Jan. 2007. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)
NEW YORK  By the time the Cape Charles sailed into New York Harbor in early May, the ship had been watched by American antiterrorism officers for more than five weeks.

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