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Larry Spilman- News Director- FNNAs the investigation into the suicide bombing in Manchester continues, Floridians and visitors are getting ready for another Memorial Day Holiday weekend. Florida-based security expert Paul Viollis says we ARE vulnerable–
Viollis who is CEO of the Viollis Group International says the combination of events featuring lots of national pride and little security creates a high probability of risk. Viollis says if you’re at an event and something doesn’t ‘look right’– report it!
Heading into another Memorial Day Holiday weekend- Florida faces a ‘high probability of risk’ according to Florida-based security expert Paul Viollis (Melbourne)–
Viollis says events that feature lots of national pride with weak security are attractive to terrorists. He says there are ‘dozens of cells’ floating around Florida. Viollis says if you’re at a holiday event and you see something that doesn’t ‘look right’- report it! Viollis is CEO of the Viollis Group International..
Some food for thought to stay safe as Floridians prepare to observe another Memorial Day Holiday weekend– Florida-based security expert (Melbourne) Paul Viollis (vye-oh-lis) says stay alert as you’re out and about–
Viollis says don’t hesitate to report your suspicions to police.
As we begin to navigate through one of the most contentious and divisive times in our history, the enormously imperative issue which remains insufficiently discussed is also one of the greatest oxymoron’s in recent times: extreme vetting.
In my opinion, there is nothing extreme about extreme vetting. In fact, it is nothing more than a background check done outside the United States. I’ll get back to that, but to keep this in perspective, we need to remember that the U.S. runs the largest official resettlement program in the world with over 784,000 refugees resettled here since September 11, 2001.
As our President-elect begins to wrap his arms around the daunting task that lies before him, National Security issues will clearly be center radar. With security matters continuing to be a primary reason for keeping Americans up at night, the formulation and implementation of a valid and reliable national security plan will be imperative. As such, the following Top Five (5) issues are those that will require prompt and effective implementation plans within the President-Elect’s first 100 days in the oval.
As uncomfortable as that is to say as well as to digest, we wake today with the fact that we have, as a country, embraced our need for unfettered freedom. This “so-called” constitutional right to privacy that we have failed in holding ourselves accountable against has underscored a sentiment of entitlement that permeates throughout the country’s current culture. Read Full Op Ed
“‘[The Security] Brief’ is an unconventional concept for daytime TV, which makes it a perfect sign of the times for syndication.” Count Sinclair Broadcast Group among the mega-station groups that are using their expanded size and scope to nurture original programs. “The Security Brief With Paul Viollis,” exec produced by syndication veteran Terry Murphy, is in the middle of a four-week test on 13 Sinclair stations including Baltimore, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh and Milwaukee. The show blends true-crime stories with safety tips from security expert Viollis. Read full article here.