“Authorities in the United States are stepping up security at some of this country’s most popular museums,” abcnews.go.com reports. “In New York overnight, extra police were assigned to the city’s most popular museums in a direct response to the attack at the museum in Tunisia. ‘I’d call this a rather loud wake-up call for major museums around the world,’ said Peter Herdrich, vice chairman of The Antiquities Coalition, an archaeological advocacy group.” No word on . . .
whether the Big Apple will “allow” security guards to exercise their natural, civil and Constitutionally protected right to keep and bear arms in defense of innocent life. You know; when taxpayers get tired of footing the bill. As for armed New Yorkers, ha! If/when worst comes to worst, they’re left with this.
A French tourist said police ordered museum visitors to run, run, run, adding that when they left the museum they saw dead bodies.
Not bad advice mind you, but I reckon it’s nice to have a ballistic plan B when terrorists make the scene.