American security: Are we really watching?

Terrorism awareness among US  passengers doesn’t seem to have changed despite the airport bombing in Brussels, writes Mark Di Ionno in The [NJ] Star-Ledger on March 22, 2016.

“As the TV blasted the screams of women and the cries of children from the Maelbeek subway blast, passengers were engrossed in their private cellphone conversations. Some were laughing. The word “Brussels” or “bombing” wasn’t heard. The place wasn’t as grim as you would expect it to be on the day ISIS killed 30 innocent people,” he wrote.

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