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SBD/Issue 16/Facilities & Venues
Bengals Put Down The Pat-Downs Amid Pressure From County
Published October 3, 2005
|Bengals Cancel Pat-Down Plans Amid
Pressure From County Commissioners
SLOW GOING: In Atlanta, Steve Wyche writes there were “several thousand empty seats well into the first quarter,” at yesterday’s Vikings-Falcons game at the Georgia Dome, “in part because of long lines entering the stadium” due to pat-downs and random searches (ATLANTA CONSTITUTION, 10/3).