Security in the Aftermath of the Boston Marathon Explosions

Tuesday, April 16, 2013

The tragic bombing of Boston's marathons leaves many unanswered questions. Who orchestrated it, and for what purposes? 
Marathons are always equipped with security forces, but in this case, they were unable to stop this horrific attack.
Here to talk about the security measures marathon organizers should pursue in the aftermath of this attack, and counterrorism around large events more generally is Nick Casale, New York City's Metropolitan Transit Authority's first Deputy Director of Security for Counter Terrorism.

The tragic bombing at the Boston marathon leaves many unanswered questions. Who orchestrated it, and for what purposes? 

Marathons are always manned with security forces, but in this case, they were unable to stop this horrific attack.

New York City's Metropolitan Transit Authority's first Deputy Director of Security for Counter Terrorism, Nick Casale, discusses counterterrorism and security measures at mass gatherings.

Guests:

Nick Casale

Produced by:

Tyler Adams

Comments [2]

oscar from ny

Its a sad awakening again in America where the devils have struck again this time at a destination point where only someone with a desire to harm our freedoms and invite even more restrictions and trample our security, to confound us in the most horrific possible ways, to make us vurnerable to any evil group that is already entrenched in our hearts and our minds and in our streets, this group of terrorist solemn duty is to make us like them, an ugly and cowardly scared ppl, covering or dressing up with their costumes..they're infliction is towards god and his ppl as if god owes them something if you ask them,but the reality is a more of a instinct, an instinct of that of a parasite, so we must clean house and get rid of these bloodsuckers, we can allow ,afford or fortit these devils to live amongst us. Ps: I wonder if hurricane sandy played a part in last years cancellation of the New York marathon and these terrorrist had to scramble protocol.

Apr. 17 2013 03:15 PM
Angel from Miami, FL

Three journalists in one studio? An excellent opportunity to listen to their attempts to juxtapose images of shiny, happy people with fire and brimstone.

Apr. 16 2013 09:25 AM

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