Recent events in Minnesota, New York, and New Jersey may make some people apprehensive about their personal security in public places. The reason terrorists commit these types of crimes is to invoke fear into the general public.
INA president John Sancenito joins Valerie Pritchett in the ABC27 News studio to discuss how someone can avoid becoming a victim.
ABC27 News – “Security expert shares advice on staying safe after recent violence”
A York County woman kidnapped by the Taliban four years ago appeared in a new video with her husband, saying their captors will kill them if Afghanistan doesn’t stop executing “militant prisoners.”
INA president John Sancenito speaks with Samantha Galvez of ABC27 News on the matter.
ABC27 News – “York County woman captured by Taliban appears in new video; father says he has a plan”
On the heels of the Orlando tragedy and other recent events, we need to change our mindset going forward. An attack can take place anywhere and it can happen quickly. We all should be aware of our surroundings wherever we go.
INA president John Sancenito discusses security awareness with Mark Hall of ABC27 News.
ABC27 News – “Security expert says we can take steps to become more vigilant”
The Justice Department filed a new motion against Apple Friday. So far, the technology company is refusing to help open an iPhone used by one of the San Bernadino killers. The company says if it complies, all iPhones will be vulnerable.
Kendra Nichols of ABC27 News sits down with INA’s president, John Sancenito, to discuss potential fallout from this situation.
ABC27 News – “If Apple complies, will all iPhones be vulnerable?”