It is safe to say that most people would avoid being anywhere near a terrorist attack. Some, however, seem to have a fascination with these events to the point where they distort their own experiences. Borealis weighs in on this curious phenomenon.
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Quick Hits 170 – The benefits of getting rid of the term terrorism and charging suspects with murder.
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Quick Hits 169 – Phil Gurski explains why Canada needs a foreign intelligence devoted to HUMINT. <iframe loading="lazy" width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/4OGLOXn9YM8"…
Quick hits 168 – How reliable witness statements are and why we often never determine the real reasons for violent events.