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malls, federal buildings, and other locations that would normally feel secure and safe. For example, in Orlando, Florida in 2016 Omar Mateen opened fire in a night club killing 49 people, or in Merced, California in 2015 at the University ofCalifornia where Faisal Mohammed stabbed and injured four people. These acts frightened the public as they are places that we visit and are unaware of potential attackers.ReferencesSavransky, R. (2016, March 18). Student in campus stabbing inspired by 'terroristpropaganda' Retrieved from -room/news/273524-fbi-student-in-uc-merced-campus-stabbing-inspired-by-terrorist Taylor, R. W., & Swanson C. R. (2016). Terrorism, intelligence, and homeland security. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson. Tsukayama, H., Berman, M., & Markon, J. (2016, June 13). A gunman who killed 49 in Orlando nightclub had pledged allegiance to ISIS. Retrieved from -nightclub-shooting-about-20-dead-in-domestic-terror-incident-at-gay-club/?hpid=hp_hp-top-table-high_orlando-banner%3Ahomepage%2Fstory&utm_term=.f523e0cb044e.Correct Answer: [None]Response Feedback: Excellent response to this week’s essay question. Your research was excellent and detailed the complexity of preventing and training for these
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incidents. Outstanding work. Todd SimmonsSaturday, February 8, 2020 9:09:00 AM CST
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