Posts Tagged: terror

Should Hospitals Be Considered a Significant Target Of Terror?

www.homelandsecuritynet.com Many social scientists referred to guerrilla warfare as the “weapon of the weak” and terrorism as the “weapon of the weakest,” using violence to generate fear, and thereby to achieve their political goals, when direct military victory is not possible. Today terrorists usually prefer to avoid attacking heavily defended “hard targets” such as military… Read more »

Anti-Government Group Is On The Feds Radar

http://www.homelandsecuritynet.com/HSN/2012/02/anti-government-group-is-on-the-feds-radar/ The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is stepping up their attention on what they call an “extremist anti-government group that in the past has attracted little national media attention, listing them among the nation’s top domestic terror threats. The group in question is the Sovereign Citizens movement. According to experts the sect is a… Read more »

Stowaway: Drawing a line in the sand for Government agencies responsible for transportation security-

By Josh Jacobs Details continue to emerge from a story that broke at the end of June concerning a Nigerian American who bypassed three separate layers of airport security in New York and successfully flew to Los Angeles. It wasn’t until mid-flight that the suspect was asked to present his boarding pass and ID. After… Read more »

Summer camp games DO teach useful skills- like financial fraud…

(This is my first blog-esque post ever. So, sorry…) Remember that game Sharks And Minnows? Where one person was the shark and you had to swim with a group from one side of the pool to the other without getting tagged? Safety in numbers was the lesson then, especially because the game got progressively harder… Read more »