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What went wrong? How did Secret Service allow shooter to get so close to Trump?

Detroit Free Press 15 Jul 2024
... able to gain access to the roof of the building, including whether he might have surveilled the site ahead of time to find the best way up, according to current and former law enforcement officials.
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Trump assasination attempt was ‘shockingly easy,’ official says

Philenews 15 Jul 2024
He further emphasised his surprise, adding, “I know we had law enforcement personnel inside the building, so it’s even more shocking that the perpetrator was able to access that ...
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What went wrong? Experts question Secret Service protocol

app 15 Jul 2024
Security experts and law enforcement veterans said the incident — in which a gunman was able to fire from the roof of a building 150 yards away — raised serious questions about how someone was able to get close enough to shoot and injure Trump.
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What went wrong? Experts question Secret Service protocol for Trump rally

Daily Record Parsippany 15 Jul 2024
Security experts and law enforcement veterans said the incident — in which a gunman was able to fire from the roof of a building 150 yards away — raised serious questions about how someone was able to get close enough to shoot and injure Trump.
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Butler County’s District Attorney on assassination attempt: “shocking how easy it was to get close ...

Philenews 15 Jul 2024
He further emphasised his surprise, adding, “I know we had law enforcement personnel inside the building, so it’s even more shocking that the perpetrator was able to access that ...
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‘Very hectic, very fast’: Trump rally attendees who filmed shooter describe chaotic scene as assassination ...

CNN 15 Jul 2024
“My wife ran up to law enforcement — was trying to tell them, you know, where he was, but they couldn’t seem to see him because they weren’t in the right spot to see him on the roof. They were too close to the building.
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Local police officer reportedly encountered alleged Trump shooter seconds before shots fired

The Hill 15 Jul 2024
After attendees at the former president’s rally noticed a man climbing to the rooftop of a nearby building, they warned local law enforcement officials, the AP reported, citing two law enforcement ...
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Trump survives campaign rally shooting

China Daily 15 Jul 2024
The attack apparently came from a sniper positioned on a building a few hundred yards from Trump — outside the security cordon, according to law enforcement sources cited by the New York Post.
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Plastics recycling is coming: How companies should prepare

GreenBiz 15 Jul 2024
The first Extended Producer Responsibility law in the U.S., requiring packaging producers to contribute to the costs of recycling their materials, takes effect in Oregon on July 1, 2025 ... Each state has different rules for who must comply with the law.
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Local Officer Confronted Trump Shooter on Roof Before Shots, Sheriff Says

The Epoch Times 15 Jul 2024
The gunman had been spotted by bystanders on the roof of a building outside the rally perimeter for Secret Service, and the area was being guarded by local law ...
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Lawmakers raise questions on Secret Service security

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 15 Jul 2024
While federal and local law ... Law enforcement typically either puts people around or on top of such buildings or places obstacles between them and where a protected person is standing, he added.
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Korea to Combat "Unfair Trading" in Crypto with New Regulations Starting This Week

Finance Magnates 15 Jul 2024
South Korean cryptocurrency exchanges are racing to implement new monitoring systems as the country's first comprehensive law on virtual asset user protection is set to take effect this Friday, on July 19.
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Detego Global Earns Culture 100 Award for Workplace Excellence

ACCESSWIRE 15 Jul 2024
We're not just creating award-winning digital forensics tools; we're building careers and a community." Detego Global stands at the forefront of hiring veterans from military and law enforcement ...
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UC regents: Protests yes, encampments no. Campus rules must be consistently enforced

The Los Angeles Times 15 Jul 2024
The state report must also include UC efforts to consistently enforce policies and laws 'that protect safety and access to educational opportunities and campus spaces and buildings.' Assemblyman Jesse ...
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What is in this week’s King’s Speech?

New Statesman 15 Jul 2024
Thirdly, planning laws aren’t the ... But the Chancellor Rachel Reeves will be hoping that the build, build, build laws will be enough to end a period of secular stagnation that has taken hold since 2008.
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