HLSS211 Week 5 - Explain how the operation was carried out and analyze something of interest related to the act of violence perhaps first responder

HLSS211 Week 5 - Explain how the operation was carried out...

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Explain how the operation was carried out and analyze something of interest related to the act of violence - perhaps first responder actions, intelligence gathering/analysis prior to the event, or forensics after the fact that led to the identification of the suspect(s) or group Until the ground shook and the peace was shattered, Olympic Park had been the site of a weeklong open-air party. Covering 21 acres, it was the spiritual heart of the festival, a melting pot where many thousands of visitor’s daily could wander without paying for tickets, or passing through metal detectors. It was the place where the kids could frolic in a misty fountain. The Olympic Village at Centennial Park was, by design, the one Olympic site where anyone could just walk in, without showing a ticket or passing through a metal detector, a venue for splashing in fountains, swapping pins and participating in the most democratic of all pastimes, shopping (Adler & Smith, 1996). For
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  • Federal Bureau of Investigation, Richard Jewell, Centennial Olympic Park bombing, Olympic Park, guard Richard Jewell

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