The video details seven things terrorists may well do in the public eye, for example, surveillance, acquiring supplies, and running dry runs of their plans. Law enforcement says neighbors in communities are better equipped to see what’s out of the ordinary, and they depend on tips to stop terror.
The video is being used as part of the state police's high school education program. It's also being disrupted among first responders. New funding reports are due out in the next few weeks, and state police would like to see money that would allow widespread disruption of the tape.
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