terrorism

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Airs Tuesday, August 30, at 7:45 p.m.  This week Dr. Gary Joiner takes an historic look at terrorism

Kate Archer Kent

Caddo Parish sheriff’s field operations deputy Tony LeBlanc has delivered hundreds of active shooter training programs to school groups and businesses. He recently finished three programs at LSU Shreveport. He begins by showing a five-minute video produced by University of Arkansas titled “Avoid. Deny. Defend.”

Disaster preparation and cyber security will be addressed in two public forums set for two Thursdays in a row in Bossier City.

Commentator Gary Joiner explores how terroristic acts are ingrained in the timeline of world history, but are at times debatable depending on whom you ask and what side you're on.

Commentator Brian O'Nuanain reflects back on the attacks in Paris on the office of Charlie Hebdo and shares these thoughts about free speech.

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