Tag Archives: Security Threats

Police: Austin shooter was a ‘homegrown American extremist’

Larry McQuilliams had “let me die” written in marker across his chest when he fired more than 100 rounds in downtown Austin early Friday morning. McQuilliams, who Austin Police officials called a “homegrown American extremist” with ties to a Christian identity … Continue reading

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CNN: 3 alleged Kenya attackers from USA..

Three of the alleged attackers are from the United States, two are from Somalia and there is one each from Canada, Finland, Kenya and the United Kingdom, according to the list. READ MORE: http://www.cnn.com/2013/09/22/world/africa/kenya-mall-attack/index.html

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Security officials on alert for Olympic terror threats

Recent reports are saying that European intelligence agencies are searching for a what is called a “clean-skin” al Qaeda operative with a European passport. This is something that has long been a fear of all security agencies across the board, … Continue reading

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IPS at the Phoenix Comicon

Imperial Protective Service at Phoenix Comicon This was our second year at the Phoenix Comicon, providing assistance to the Cazador Productions crew.

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Security services to possibly block cell phones ahead of NATO summit?

Reports are coming in that is suggesting that law enforcement agencies are thinking about shutting down cell phone services in the city of Chicago. The FBI and secret service have standing authority to jam signals, thanks mostly impart to  “Standard … Continue reading

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Iran offers to extend UN nuclear inspection

Inside Bushehr, Iran’s First Nuclear Plant Thanks to Russian nuclear fuel and technology, Iran’s first nuclear power plant — under construction for 36 years — held an official launch ceremony Aug. 21, and is expected to go online in the … Continue reading

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Supreme court will hear challenge to Arizona immigration law

Supreme Court Will Hear Challenge to Arizona Immigration Law The Supreme Court announced Monday it will hear arguments over Arizona’s immigration law after a lower court upheld a Justice Department challenge to void the law, arguing the state can’t legislate … Continue reading

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To wait might be too late

DON’T WAIT – IT MAY BE TOO LATE We live in a dangerous world where risks abound. This is nothing new and it is something most people realize; yet very few take steps daily to reduce the risks we face. … Continue reading

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Iraqi refugees in U.S. rechecked for terrorism links

Officials fear lapses in immigration security may have let insurgents and potential terrorists enter the country. More than 58,000 Iraqis are being screened again. The investigation was given increased urgency when U.S. intelligence agencies found out that Al Qaeda leaders … Continue reading

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Mexico Catches Leader of Violent La Familia Drug Cartel

“Federal authorities apprehended the leader of the cult-like, pseudo-Christian La Familia cartel on Tuesday, saying they had dealt a debilitating blow to a major organized crime group that terrorized western Mexico. Jose de Jesus Mendez Vargas, alias El Chango, or … Continue reading

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