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Thursday
Feb082018

[KNUS Denver] February 8th: How Do You Protect the Olympics From Terrorists?

I appear on KNUS Denver with my buddy Steffan Tubbs on February 8th. The Olympics taking place in PyeongChang, South Korea. Every Olympics can be a challenge from a security perspective but if you are only miles away from one of the most volatile countries on the planet, North Korea, the challenge can be especially dicey.

The South Koreans are deploying more than 50,000 soldiers and another 10,000 civilian security personnel. It certainly doesn't end there.  Other countries have also added security expertise.  The Central Intelligence Agency, the Transportation Security Administration and the State Department have also added components.  Others, including the Israelis are certainly going to have some of their own security. 

This will be an interesting conversation.

 

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