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Random Vehicle Ferry Searches to Resume

Random searches of vehicles boarding Washington state ferries will resume next month as part of a new plan for increased security under orders from the U.S. Coast Guard.

Paul Joseph Watson is a regular guest on The Alex Jones Show, 12:30 CST every Monday on the GCN radio network. Click here for the live streaming audio.

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