'This Week': Super Bowl Security

ABC News Senior Justice Correspondent Pierre Thomas on security at the Super Bowl.
3:00 | 02/02/14

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Good morning, and welcome to Good morning and welcome to this week. The premie enforcement's biggest worries. Plus Christie's crisis. New bridge-gate allegations. What did the governor know and when did he know it? Second wind. America does not standstill, and neither will I. Did president Obama start his comeback at the state of the union? What can really get done right now. And pot luck -- On January 1, we tripled our sales. The stunning impact of legal Mae marijuana. Paul Ryan and the powerhouse roundtable and the team of experts take it on this Sunday morning. Hello, unprecedented security at the big game. That's a live shot of times square and metlife stadium. Law enforcement officials locked in, saying the next few hours pose the greatest danger. And tracking everything being done to block an attack. Good morning, Pierre. Fworgood morning. This is the biggest event. This morning, it's a fortress, but for the nest few hours, turning to the softest, most vulnerable target, fans streaming to the super bowl by mass transit. Travel big subways and trains. Specialized units will be checking anyone with bags. At this staging area, bomb-sniffing dogs and sophisticated radiation and x-ray machines scan for explosives and weapons for every delivery to the big game. Food, everything? Even seat cushions. On the waters today, teams looking to protect the people in the fan zone in times square and the super bowl. There are even super sonic f-16 fighter jets to protect against threats in the sky. I saw firsthand when I suited up to train with the New Jersey National Guard. In this exercise, a team of three F-16s is told to intercept the Cessna in the sky. They talked about they fear most. The person we don't know about who comes out of nowhere who wants to make a statement. The issue of concern not only in New York, but the country, the lone wolf. As in Boston, the two brothers who conspired. The Boston marathon bombings were a painful remind that anything can happen even during fun and games.

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