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Antiterrorism strategy is questioned by ACLU
By Rick Klein, Globe Staff, 11/29/2003
Sometimes it's someone who's lingering a bit too long near baggage claim. Maybe it's a passenger whose eyes dart away when she sees a state trooper. Or perhaps it's more peculiar behavior, like a man wearing a buttoned-up trenchcoat in the middle of summer, or traveling overseas with no luggage.
State Police stationed at Logan International Airport have been trained to look for such signals, and have led the way nationally in using "behavioral pattern recognition" to stop and question people who are acting strangely at the airport.