Industry Reponses to Mall Attacks
These folks just don't get it:
Original article: http://www.breitbart.com/article.php...75053.auvf30tq
But industry officials conceded that random acts of violence, like the Omaha attack in which 19-year-old Robert Hawkins killed eight people before turning the gun on himself, were difficult to prevent. (Duh!)
Omaha's Westroads Mall, as other US shopping centers, had just received 45,000 dollars from the government to improve its security before Wednesday's massacre, said Homeland Security Department spokeswoman Amy Kudwa. (What did they do, put up more GFZ signs?)
"These random acts of violence can strike anywhere -- at schools, office buildings, post offices -- anywhere law-abiding (and don't forget unarmed ) citizens are present," Simon Property Group, which owns several US malls, said in a statement.
"Law enforcement and security prevention measures, no matter how good, cannot forestall a tragedy such as this from happening," it said. (Ever consider law abiding, and armed, citizens in your scenarios?)