Turkey: US Embassy bomber had terror conviction

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  • JWB Kaysville, UT
    Feb. 4, 2013 10:26 a.m.

    It doesn't sound as if this person was much different than other suicide bombers in many other countries, even the U.S.

    Access to weapons by these people is easy, again, even in the United States of America where every state has pretty aggressive gun laws, already. Security in these days is still not an easy job. I remember in many countries where many families had their own security guard or service to protect them and their properties. We even lived in one of those places where the guard was at our back wall in a shack and we still got broken into when we were not there. We had guards across the street on an Air Force Base overseas and we had thieves break into our house and steal property during a heavy thunderstorm in a metal roof house with the thieves only a foot away from our bed.

    That was 30-40 years ago. We are so fortunate to live in a very secure country and in a very good state of Utah.

    We live in a country that is the safest of safest places with a few deviations from the normal that definitely make headlines. Fortunate?