Scarey stuff, non-detectable bombs, then again aren’t they all until its too late?
Check this out:
Sen. Angus King (I-Maine) says he has “very serious” fears about the security of the Sochi Olympics, given tensions between Islamists and the Russian government.
“And of course, the reality, Candy, is today terrorism is so hard to detect,” Sen. King told CNN’s “State of the Union” with Candy Crowley on Sunday.
“There’s a guy in the Middle East now who’s working on the design of a totally non-metallic bomb. And you know, that kind of thing, it’s — I don’t know how you do it, frankly, when you have thousands and thousands of people, and people milling around. You know, we could have prevented the attack at the Boston Marathon by having 20,000 troops shoulder-to-shoulder on the road.
“But this is a real challenge for the Russians. …If I were them, I would be advising and working with every intelligence agency in the world as thoroughly as possible to try to prevent something from happening.”