A close look at the intense security surrounding the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, N.C
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I can't blame them. The president needs to be protected. I am sure they were just glad they were able to hire extra convention security to help out. That can always be a great tool for events.
Check the papers and arrest anyone who has false ID or is trying to hop the fence. Irony? Can you say hypocrite.
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Apparently security was not good enough.
Julia Rodriguez, a woman that identified herself as a New York delegate to the Democrat National Convention, made a threat against GOP nominee Mitt Romney, stating that she “would like to kill him.”