Doug Bedell — December 7, 2015, 12:05 pm

‘See Something, Say Something’ Vital in Stopping Terrorism

William Tucker on In Homeland Security makes the point that as the two San Bernardino terrorists went about converting their home into an arsenal, someone in the neighborhood, either a resident or shopkeeper, may well have noticed that something suspicious was occurring. Who needs supplies for building multiple improvised explosive devices unless they’re involved in questionable activity?

So, Tucker advises, if you see a neighbor, or anyone, up to something possibly problematic in security terms, “say something”. This isn’t a call for creating a spying society, just a sensible precaution that, in the San Bernardino instance, might have prevented mass slaughter.

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