Yes. Because it exposes the truth behind some of the moronic ideas being used to capture terrorists. They gave the price of the yearly expense. More over, it wasn't full of opinion. So, I can now give mine. GOOD, GOOD, GOOD! Behavior detection is the dumbest thing I have ever heard of in my life. Secondly, there is a HUGE HUGE possibility for Constitutional Violations, and could give police unfettered "probable cause." Behavior? Must be articulatable, by the officer. Facial expressions, body movement? Absolutely not. In the deciding case, an officer observed a perpitrator "casing" out a store. Walking passed several times, talking with associates, and loitering in front of a store, but never entered. The officer, stopped the man, frisked him, and found a gun.
However, the officer was able to articulate the behavior, and the court found such behavior could be left to a cops experience. However, facial expressions and body language is too far. It's kind of like saying "The perp was fidgetty." What constitutes a fidget? This is psychologists believing they are smarter then they are, the government waisting money, and I applaud this article for bringing such stories to light. It is the duty of the "Third Estate" (The Media) to report facts, so the public may hold it's government accountable. Good job!