Phil Gurski talks with CKWR’s John Maciel about the London hit and run incident earlier this month.
On April 30, 1980 six gunmen seized the Iranian Embassy in London, taking 21 hostages, two of whom they killed
On this day in 1986, Irishwoman Ann-Marie Murphy was arrested at Heathrow Airport in London by El Al Airlines security as she tried to board one of their planes to Israel. In a false bottom of Murphy’s bag, the security agent found 10 pounds of plastic explosives and a calculator rigged to act as a detonator.
On this day in 1991 the IRA launched mortars at the offices of UK Prime Minister John Major in 10 Downing Street
Two people were killed and three injured by a knife-wielding man near London Bridge in November 2019 in an attack claimed by ISIS.
An inquiry into the 2017 Manchester suicide bombing has uncovered that MI5 had the terrorist on their ‘radar’ as long ago as 2010. The security service ended up dropping him from investigation. Did they screw up? Borealis weighs in on how investigations really work. Read more: Manchester Arena bomber linked to six MI5 ‘subjects of […]
Nail bombs planted by a neo-Nazi in London in 1999 killed 3 and wounded 139 people
Last November, Usman Khan, carried out an attack in central London that left two people dead. Should we or can we keep him behind bars forever?
who should ultimately decide how much risk a given incarcerated terrorist poses to our society? I know where I’d put my money.
Phil Gurski, President of Borealis Threat and Risk Consulting, joins Matt Harris on CFRA Live to talk about the November 29 London Bridge attack.