Transit security ramped up after bin Laden death

New Jersey commuters are seeing an increased police presence in reaction to the death of Osama bin Laden.While there's no immediate information indicating a specific

HOBOKEN - New Jersey commuters are seeing an increased police presence in reaction to the death of Osama bin Laden.

While there's no immediate information indicating a specific threat to New Jersey or New York, counterterrorism experts speculate a retaliation attack for bin Laden's death is inevitable.

"I also see a lot more officers floating around with a lot more security presence here at the Path station, over at the World Trade Center - you can't go more than a few hundred yards without seeing officers or military types," says Paul McDermott, of Hoboken.

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