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  • Defiance, fear after massacre in Paris

    Boston Herald - 01/08/2015

    Max Abrahms, a terrorism analyst and professor at Northeastern University, said, “I’m worried that there is another plot developing now that hasn’t happened yet. These attacks are really inevitable and there is nothing that law enforcement can do. If a group of terrorists wants to strike a soft target, particularly in a democracy, they’re going to get away with it.”

    Police were searching last night for two brothers of Algerian origin, Said and Cherif Kouachi, in their early 30s, both considered armed and dangerous. The third suspect, Hamyd Mourad, 18, surrendered at a police station in France’s eastern Champagne region.

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