‘You can’t screen 3M people’: Former FBI agent on securing mass transit l ABCNL

ABC News speaks to former FBI agent and ABC News contributor Brad Garrett about alleged subway shooter Frank James’ mental health, and the challenge of intervening when red flags are present.

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13 thoughts on “‘You can’t screen 3M people’: Former FBI agent on securing mass transit l ABCNL

  1. in an environment like a subway, yes you can screen 3 million people. the tsa does it. bring in the tsa to the subways.

  2. Community resource programs and centers are helpful and it is important that such programs are available for job placement, housing, and emotional support counseling/anger management.

  3. The society also needs to, must, talk more openly about anger in relation to temper, how to react when a person gets mad. And about abuse, trauma related to abuse. It is important for individuals to know that they are supported through community, that the community cares about them and that the choice of LOVE in place of hate is possible, and that of a better choice. Most people abused do not understand LOVE, what it is, how it is done and what it means to love and be loved, be cared about, cared for. The world hurts. In a number of ways. The conversation about mental health is prevalent but other topics not as much.

  4. If THEY really want to answer those questions, they need to change the teachings in society. You can not prevent crime completely and if you reduce crime, the numbers will not show directly as they can not be tracked if the crime doesn't happen. The statistics show only a trend of results from previous years to compare. You may not be able to track all the people on the internet but most of them are probably not going to do something such as this. The ones who are: the society needs to know what HATE SPEECH is and what to do when they see threats of violence, where to anonymously report such things. Free speech is not hate speech, free speech is not threats of violence. The public should know that they are able to report locally on any concern they may have regarding public safety.

  5. Everytime something like THIS happens, it never fails, people ask, How did THIS happen? Why did this happen? How could it possibly have been prevented?

  6. Perhaps if you spent more time investigating the crimes against the people and less time using psychological warfare to set them up for crimes, we wouldn't have to screen 3 million people.

  7. But you can in fact stop creating so many disgruntled citizens with what are essentially the unrepentant practices and procedures of slavery. You own this Mister FBI agent, Cointelpro is still common police procedures. Now you are calling disgruntled citizens terrorists? They are not angry at me. I do not target them for harassment, I do not deny them homes, proper schools and employment, that is our government pulling those strings and the FBI watched every bit of it play out. Now you are claiming to be overburdened by the situation you helped create? Try a little self reflection, you are the devil incarnate, you lie and kill. Rhode Island leaders who deny our slavery past and teach people of African descent that this state helped them in any way are committing crimes against humanity, do you care at all?

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