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RMS' Woo: Terrorists Turning Focus From Property to People

Gordon Woo, catastrophist, RMS, said terrorists have been largely thwarted in their ability to obtain explosives and have resorted to other tactics, such as using vehicles to target groups of people. Woo spoke with A.M. BestTV at the Exceedance 2017

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