Response to the Terrifying Nature of Active Shooter Ambushes Report # 4 Miami FBI Shootout 4/11/86

By Jim Weiss, Mickey Davis and Bob O’Brien

Since there isn’t a universal American criminal law definition of terrorism, for this article we use a working terrorism template expressed in two formats: 1) A terrorist is someone causing terror to meet his/her criminal ends. This could be a robber, rapist, an active shooter, a hostage taker, or someone who assaults another, acting alone or in a group. 2) Terrorists can also be ideological-based members of a militant, known group, acting out to ca...

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