What can be done to protect “soft targets” from attacks like the one in Manchester
SALT LAKE CITY — Can anything be done to protect crowds or other “soft targets” from attacks similar to what happened in Manchester? ABC News crime and terrorism analyst Brad Garrett joined Brian and Amanda on Utah’s Morning News to look at what is being done, and the key to preventing future attacks.
“Terrorists have figured out the natural rhythm and flow of our movements and they are trying to blend in with them, and they are trying to up the ante in my personal view of attacking children,” said Garrett.
You can hear the entire interview in the link below.
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