Quote from Mkue
So every vehicle that entered the parking garage on a daily basis could have been searched by a bomb sniffing police dog? The first threat came 8 years before the bomb was placed. Would it have been realistic to search every car for 8 years? And would some ppl feel their rights were being violated to have their car searched on a daily basis?
You are really missing the point. It was a rental truck which had no business being allowed to park where it did. Controlling access means just that, furnishing proof that you have a right to access a given area. I frequently parked in the state employees area. To do so, despite driving an offical car, I had to provide proof of my employment. And for those who might have felt their rights were being violated, while it was public parking, the PA was in charge. So, they are free to park in one of the other public garages. As a matter of fact, there is one just down the street. Access to public parking is controlled by whom ever ownes the parking area.