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Scottsdale company proposes US-Mexico border wall immune to tampering, attack

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This undated rendering provided by DarkPulse Technologies Inc. shows a proposed border wall between Mexico and the U.S. The wall proposed by Arizona-based DarkPulse Technologies would be constructed with ballistic concrete that can withstand tampering or attacks of any kind, according to founder Dennis O’Leary.


A Scottsdale company has submitted a bid to help create a U.S.-Mexico border wall that is immune to both tampering and attacks.

DarkPulse Technologies Founder Dennis O’Leary said his company would install fiber sensors in the wall that would instantly detect someone trying to get around the wall.

“We actually embed our technology inside the wall so, if somebody does start tampering with the wall, we would know immediately where the tampering was occurring and we’d actually be able to send the information to [Immigration and Customs Enforcement] and Border Patrol,” he said.


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