By Patricia D. Netzley
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Moreover, he suggested that the American public need not worry about the government going too far because its “homeland security strategy must do more than provide for the physical security of Americans. ” David Tucker, “Freedom and Security in the Homeland,” Ashbrook Center, October 2002. org. Tracking Down Killers Meanwhile, the Spanish media was speculating on who might have committed the attack. The common view among the general public was that the explosions were in retaliation for Spain’s having recently stationed roughly fourteen hundred of its troops in Iraq as part of the War on Terror.
Their captors had begun to talk about killing them. Then a team of thirty-seven soldiers spotted the camp and began firing at Abu Sayyaf members, most of whom were killed. In the chaos Martin Burnham was shot in the chest and Gracia in the leg. Martin died in his wife’s arms after the two of them slid down a hill trying to escape the gunfire. Gracia was subsequently rescued by the soldiers and airlifted out of the jungle by helicopter. Money over Politics Other parts of the world also saw militants turn to hostage taking as a way to make money.
Those countries do lack basic individual rights such as due process, placing them outside any reasonable definition of “free,” but the United States now has much more in common with such regimes than anyone may like to admit. S. Is No Longer the Land of the Free,” Washington Post, January 15, 2012. com. 58 PERSPECTIVES Americans Must Give Up Civil Liberties to Prevent Terrorist Attacks In the months after 9/11, some Americans were unhappy that they had to give up civil liberties in order to prevent terrorism.
Terrorism and War of the 2000s by Patricia D. Netzley