October 7, 2017
I am not a regular at high-rise hotels.
So to be perfectly honest with you, yes, the idea of people having to go through TSA security before checking into a luxury hotel room is pretty funny to me.
But I do understand this will be a hassle for people who are regulars at such establishments.
Any time there’s a mass attack in the U.S. or anywhere in the world, law enforcement closely examine the circumstances to determine what lessons can be learned and how similar incidents could be prevented in the future.
In the Vegas case, a one-man massacre that killed 58 and wounded hundreds, the impact on how law enforcement prepares for future events could be dramatic.
Over the past few years, there has been an increase in scrutiny of backpacks and bags that might hold bombs and bulky outerwear that might conceal a suicide vest, and a proliferation of barricades to prevent vehicle attacks. Concert and sports venues now require metal detectors and even garbage cans are scrutinized before and during major events.
Now, law enforcement officials are examining what precautions they need to take on all high-rise buildings that overlook parades, marathons and any large outdoor venues.
This means far greater “pre-operational surveillance” and advance “trip-wire” of locations. Staff of hotels, apartment buildings, offices and other commercial space needs to be briefed on how to spot suspicious behavior and luggage or cases that might contain weapons. Checkpoints may be added to scan bags.
“We’ve become a very violent society,” another law enforcement source told Fox News. “There’s no way to completely protect everyone.”
This is it.
You are here now.
The age of ULTRAVIOLENCE.
You wanted this.
You were born for this.
This is your life now.
Get your bump stocks before they’re banned.
And learn what they’re for.
Because they’re coming for us.
Everyone is coming for us.