Jonathan Tran, an intruder at the White House, somehow managed to jump over three different fences shortly before midnight on March 10th. Tran managed to roam around the White House for 17 minutes before he was apprehended.
This security breach was so easy for him because the sensors along the fence had been removed, which allowed the intruder to scale it undetected. This led to confusion as to where the intruder actually was on the grounds and if he was actually there.
The sensors were removed because their presence allegedly made the wall easier to scale, but their removal actually created more problems than it solved. These sensors were supposed to be placed in a location that would allow for monitoring, but not to aid climbing. Unfortunately they were not replaced after removal.
From Gateway Pundit:
The fence jumper who roamed around the White House grounds for 17 minutes before being apprehended by the Secret Service was able to breach security so easily because the sensors along the fence had been reportedly removed.
The agency had removed alarm sensors along an area of one fence that the intruder scaled, according to two sources familiar with details of the incident. The Secret Service agency needs to be overhauled. We just reported on a former Secret Service agent who went into detail as to why President Trump isn’t safe anymore.